plashet


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plashet

(ˈplæʃɪt)
n
(Environmental Science) Southwest English a small, marshy pond
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Plashet School is a highly successful, oversubscribed comprehensive Girls~ school situated in the heart of East Ham.
At the end of yesterday's march, Koyair told the crowd at Plashet Park, East Ham: "We don't want this to happen to any other people in this community, Muslims and non-Muslims.
More than 380 headstones were toppled in Plashet cemetery in Newham, east London, before the discovery was made on Thursday morning.
The three, all aged under 17, were detained by officers in Newham, east London, near to Plashet cemetery where more than 380 headstones were toppled.
The three, all aged under 17, were detained in Newham, East London, near to Plashet Cemetery where more than 380 headstones were toppled over and damaged.
Officers called to Plashet Cemetery in East Ham, London, discovered 386 gravestones which appeared to have been pushed over and damaged.
The 67m long footbridge, by Birds Portchmouth Russum Architects, at Plashet School, Newham, London, spans a busy road and links the original school and a 1960s building to the north.
Officers were called to Plashet Cemetery in East Ham, London, yesterday.
Last week's vandalism at Plashet cemetery, Newham, caused outrage.
The commendable eternal architectural quest for the unusual produces some pretty unattractive designs ranging from the ghastly snake-like Plashet School Footbridge designed by Birds Portchmouth Russum in the East End to the Foster & Partners Swiss Re Tower design proposing a 41-storey office landmark with a pineapple look on the London skyline.
Britain's most senior Jewish figure branded the attack at Plashet cemetery in East London "odious".