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posthouse

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(Historical Terms) (formerly) a house or inn where horses were kept for postriders or for hire to travellers
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Noun1.post house - an inn for exchanging post horses and accommodating riders
auberge, hostel, hostelry, inn, lodge - a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
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Change from body to body as travellers used to change horses at post houses.
The post House burgled appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
A spokesman said: "At around 7:30am, emergency services responded to a collision on the westbound carriageway of the A55, near the Post House roundabout.
20am when the stretch which leads up to the A55, including the Post House roundabout reopened.
If we look at colour manipulation as one element of the process for the moment, we can see that this idea of collaborative workflow can begin even before the rushes reach the post house.
From August 9 the Lions Club will be meeting at The Old Post House, Sporting Lodge Inns, Low Lane, Stainton, Middlesbrough, TS17 9LW.
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Jill used to work for the Post House Hotel, in Allesley.
Officers are appealing for witnesses to the theft, which happened at the old Post House on Church Road, Backworth, North Tyneside between 3pm on Monday and 8.
Firstly, by restoring the double line between Wrexham and Chester; it would make economical sense to also extend the Merseyrail electric service to Wrexham with a stop to serve the business park and the park and ride car park at the Post House.