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n.1.A grandfather.
Writ of Ayle
an ancient English writ which lay against a stranger who had dispossessed the demandant of land of which his grandfather died seized.
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Young osprey Ayle - on the right with her tag of Blue8P - on her adopted nest
The Live boys are also at Portsmouth where it will be a surprise if Ayle Wit cannot make all in the 9.
G AYLE Snipe works long hours and weekends to get her job done - but she wouldn't have it any other way.
grandparen Ayle aunt info i Sc please "They then informed someone else who made it known to the SFA that I have Scottish blood.
57 (480m): Quinns Bet (11), Mohane Music (8), Whatever (6), Ayle Rose (5), Moss Break (3), Leaders Princess (scr).
They received it in 1716, with numerous lordships of the manor in and around Haydon Bridge, Haltwhistle and Ayle, by grant of King George I.
The accident took place during stage five of the race at Ayle, near the village of Feakle.
610m is really too short for Shes A Lady but she is set for a good run on the rails and her strong finish may be enough to account for Ayle Wit.
14 (480m A4): Light Gold, Stripes Isklar, Aviva Lynx, Ayle Rose, Creaking Demon, Climbing Dymon.
Ayle is near Alston, straddling the Northumberland/Cumbria border.
45 (480m): Smooth Fawn, Pimlico Marion, Carrickhill Boy, Old Fold Legend, Ayle Rose, Lockwood Bo (W).
Bar manager Reilly, from Ayle in Westport, Co Mayo, was overtaking a car in his uninsured, EUR500 Honda Civic seconds before the fatal crash near Ballyheane in Castlebar.