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thorp

 (thôrp)
n. Archaic
A hamlet.

[Middle English, from Old English; see treb- in Indo-European roots.]

thorp

(θɔːp) or

thorpe

(in place names) n
(Human Geography) a small village
[Old English; related to Old Norse thorp village, Old High German dorf, Gothic thaurp]

thorp

or thorpe

(θɔrp)

n.
Archaic. a hamlet; village.
[before 900; Middle English, Old English, c. Old Frisian, Old Saxon thorp, Old High German thorf, dorf village, estate, Old Norse thorp farm]
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in Creative Curating (mischievously implying that the other curating courses in London were uncreative), and Thorp decided to earmark the summer slot for a show organized by a group of Goldsmiths students.
The Thorp lawsuit gave him a chance, but testimony quickly turned from the misdeeds of Jim Beam to those of Michael's mother.
Now they are looking to promote the sport within Thorp - and have already spotted bags of potential.
Although she had been painting and teaching art for many years, Thorp said it was hard to start again because she felt she had "lost my touch.
The following day, Thorp was caught stealing PS21 worth of coffee from the same supermarket.
Paula Warburton, who leads the wills, probate and tax planning department and has been with Thorp Parker for four years, has also been made a partner.
McLaine, one of the few solicitors in the North of England to have acted for both primary and secondary faith and community schools, said: "It's an honour to be asked to join Thorp Parker as a partner.
Improbably there was still more to come before tea, as Procter then got in on the act with two wickets in consecutive balls as first Scott Borthwick and then Thorp were dismissed.