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n.1.The world, considered as lying between heaven and hell.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Peter Ennor councillors that it would be painting lines, with studs said to be "unsuitable" for the cobbles.
Ennor Carne looks after her dying father and autistic younger brother Trip in grinding rural poverty on the bleak Cornish moors.
FAMILY, friends and colleagues travelled from far and wide to attend yesterday's memorial service at Henfield, West Sussex, for journalist George Ennor, who died after a long battle with cancer on December 31, aged 65.
Former Racing Post chief reporter George Ennor and long-time Evening Standard racing correspondent Chris Poole will be remembered at the Sussex track, where a host of their friends and former colleagues will be in attendance to celebrate their lives.
Jack Waterman on the affection in which George Ennor was held
CLOSE friends and family said farewell to one of horseracing's most popular and respected correspondents yesterday when the funeral of George Ennor took place near his Sussex home, writes Jon Lees.
Neil Morrice pays tribute to his former colleague George Ennor WHILE rummaging through some racing scrapbooks last week, I stumbled across an article that was a classic example of the distinctive and thorough reporting of my former colleague George Ennor.
Mr and Mrs M J Evans were also saddened by Ennor's death WE ARE so sad to hear George Ennor has died.
THE funeral of journalist George Ennor, who died on New Year's Eve, will be a small, private family affair in West Sussex next Thursday.
A NUMBER of the tributes to George Ennor have highlighted the partial truth that he was a member of the 'old school', a suggestion that he was somehow rooted in some past era, the implicit hint being that the world of George's values and priorities was one of diminishing relevance.