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wynd

(waɪnd)
n
(Human Geography) Scot a narrow lane or alley
[C15: from the stem of wind2]
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K- in the same wynd, and at last in the same building, with the dissecting-rooms.
And with that Macfarlane took his departure and drove off up the wynd in his gig to get under cover before daylight.
Once the lights of a little town are lit, who could ever hope to tell all its story, or the story of a single wynd in it?
But though the new town is to me a glass through which I look at the old, the people I see passing up and down these wynds, sitting, nightcapped, on their barrow-shafts, hobbling in their blacks to church on Sunday, are less those I saw in my childhood than their fathers and mothers who did these things in the same way when my mother was young.
But then it was impossible not to like Philip's company when he was in a good humor; he could help one so well in one's Latin exercises, which Tom regarded as a kind of puzzle that could only be found out by a lucky chance; and he could tell such wonderful fighting stories about Hal of the Wynd, for example, and other heroes who were especial favorites with Tom, because they laid about them with heavy strokes.
The area involved is Horsewater Wynd, part of Guthrie Street and West Henderson's Wynd and includes a number of buildings used for student accommodation.
The cost of time in labour of the Portland Wynd, Blyth, property will be added to the company's fundraising efforts for the charity.
Contract Notice: The works generally comprise the demolition of the former BSI Building at Millers Wynd / Dow Street, Dundee.
Gaining on-site experience are apprentice joiners Reegan Chivers, 19, from Bedlington, based at Portland Wynd in Northumberland; Dylan Mason, 17 from Killingworth, based at Wheatfields in Seaton Delaval; and Callum Dennison, 17, from Hartlepool, based at Clairville Grange in Middlesbrough.
The tractor then crashed into a flower bed near Bentley Wynd close to the High Street.
It happened just after noon yesterday in the Lanesfield area of Wolverhampton, at Robert Wynd, near Jack Holden Avenue.