Bladebone

Blade´bone`

    (~bōn`)
n.1.The scapula. See Blade, 4.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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host had been drinking at Bladebone Inn in Bucklebury, Berks, before driving two miles home in his Mercedes.
contestants about lifelines including phone a friend, had been drinking at Bladebone Inn in Bucklebury, Berkshire, before driving two miles home in his Mercedes.
The 71-year-old was stopped at 2.30pm as he left the Bladebone Inn, in Bucklebury, for his [pounds sterling]2million mansion nearby back in December.
Bucklebury's two local pubs, the Bladebone and the Cottage Inn, are planning to host parties.
The butcher's, interior design shop and Bladebone Inn pub have all hung the bunting out in readiness for the weekend's celebrations.
In the picturesque hamlet of Chapel Row - where the Middletons live, just outside Bucklebury in Berkshire - the local pub, the Bladebone Butchery and a local shop have all got Union flags flying as people get ready for tomorrow.
Each of the successive Jury books has borne for the title the name of a pub; and no matter how odd they may be (The Old Contemptibles, The Five Bells & Bladebone, for example) they're all authentic, discovered by Grimes on her many trips to England for research.
Or experience the changing of the seasons in the picturesque and rarely travelled Bladebone wilderness of Prince Albert National Park's west side.
So, I was interested to follow the recent case of chef Kiren Puri, who made headlines challenging the claims of a diner who rubbished food and service at his renowned pub, the Bladebone Inn, Berkshire.
Martin Fidler, 59, who has run the Middletons' butchers The Bladebone Butchery for over 30 years, said: "We are over the moon because we know the family well.