winnard

winnard

(ˈwɪnəd)
n
(Animals) dialect Southwest English a heron
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Internet safety expert Russell Winnard, from Young Enterprise, said: "If parents are not regularly checking their children's smartphones or tablets -- not just the posts visible to those parents who do actually follow their accounts -- they could be missing vital clues.
The Shrimps are without Reece Deakin (leg) and Dean Winnard (Achilles).
John-Paul Winnard, 23, of Monmouth Road, Grangetown, Middlesbrough, fined PS220 and ordered to pay PS30 in charges and PS100 costs for fly-tipping.
City might well complain that Rose won a decidedly soft free-kick from Sterry but Morecambe made the most of Mr Haywood's generosity as Jennings clipped it waist-high into the box and Winnard - who scored the opener in the original tie at The Globe Arena - turned it home from six yards.
Winnard and Coulson (2008) reviewed the eight mainland reintroduction sites; each had varying degrees of fox presence and bandicoot population establishment success.
ACCRINGTON STANLEY: Mooney, Halliday, Davies, Winnard (Barry 55), Pearson, Mingoia, Crooks, Conneely, McConville, Kee, Windass.
There were wins for Harvey Kenny, Adam Barlow, Leland Eedle, Kieran Glennon (all Gemini), Billy Goddard (Southampton), Harvey Fletcher (Sandygate), Drew Cadwallender (Anfield), Ian Morris (Croxteth), Reece Gannon (Kirkby), Joe Smith (Wildcard), Harry Winnard (Leigh) and Reece Farnhill (Sandygate).
Andrew Winnard, a PhD student at Northumbria University, was awarded the prestigious Evetts Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK Space Life and Biomedical Sciences at the 2015 UK Space Conference.
Meanwhile Mon Communities First is sponsoring Gary Winnard of Holyhead on his six month work experience.
Jillian Winnard, a project co-ordinator, says that the strengths of volunteers becomes clear during training.
Kee grabbed the 79th minute winner from the penalty spot after his first-half opener had been cancelled out by a Dean Winnard goal.