potters field


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pot′ter's field′


n.
(sometimes caps.)
a burial place for unidentified persons and the poor. Matt. 27:7.
[1526 (Tindale)]
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Lead by Papa John's Founder and CEO, John Schnatter, an army of record-breakers descended on London's Potters Field Park, beside Tower Bridge, with the aim of setting a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(TM) title for the most people tossing pizza dough simultaneously.
Mexico's pop-up pavilion will be open to the public, located in Potters Field Park, from Wednesday 25[sup.
London, Nov 17 ( ANI ): A group of 28 gym girls from Eastbourne, East Sussex broke the record for being the most people crammed in a modern Mini, completing the feat in 18 minutes at Potters Field in central London.
The cars - a Mazda and a Suzuki Vitara - were stolen from a house in Potters Field, Aberdare, overnight on May 31.
The cars - a Mazda and a Suzuki Vitara -were stolen from a house in Potters Field, Aberdare, some time overnight on May 31 or June 1.