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thwaite

(θweɪt)
(in place names) n
(Human Geography) a piece of land cleared from forest or reclaimed from wasteland
[from Old Norse thveit paddock]
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We're at Thwaite Station and we've got a long drive before us.
MUSIC Matthew Jones and Annabel Thwaite A lunchtime concert featuring Matthew Jones on violin/viola and pianist Annabel Thwaite.
Unlike their previous trip, there were no unlucky bananas left aboard by practical jokers this time when James Thwaite and Pete Surtees boarded Thwaite's boat Seas The Day at Sunderland.
Magrath would take up the role from outgoing Paul Thwaite, who is set to retire from the business on 31 March.
A passing motorist came across the injured cyclist lying in the road about two miles from Thwaite at around 11.
ALICE THWAITE, director of development, Equal Arts, Swinburne Street, Gateshead
In the controversy that followed, even the editor of the letters, Anthony Thwaite said, in a letter to the Times' literary supplement, that he found Larkin's racial prejudices "repulsive".
Although new investment in the grounds would not come until post war, cash injections in the 1950s saw the Thwaite Memorial Scoreboard, the indoor cricket school and pavilion suite created.
Coach Holger Osieck called on goalkeepers Eugene Galekovic (Adelaide United) and Mat Ryan (Central Coast) plus defenders Mark Milligan (Melbourne Victory), Jade North (Brisbane Roar) and Michael Thwaite (Perth Glory).
Judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry joined this year's contest winner John Thwaite, runner-up Brendan Lynch, from Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield, and more contestants in entertaining the crowds.
Ann Thwaite, senior manager of the centre, said: "This money is very important.
Byddant yn canu i gyfeiliant Band y Cory, gydag Annabel Thwaite ar y piano a Robert Nicholls ar yr organ, dan arweiniad Alwyn Humphreys.