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Noun1.Gynne - English comedienne and mistress of Charles II (1650-1687)Gynne - English comedienne and mistress of Charles II (1650-1687)
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HE went down a storm with fans of Arctic Monkeys last month and now Newcastle's drumming busker has earned himself a whole load of new fans after performing after Jess Gynne's sell-out concert in the city on Saturday.
The amendment followed an earlier motion, this time tabled by Labour, in which Cllr Gynne Pomfrett, praised the council officers for their fast work in turning court hearings around, as well as the clean-up operations, and the ongoing work to get an injunction.
She cites Gynne Wickham's mention of the "experience of those in attendance at the Bristol Old Vic performance in 1964." See Wickham's: Shakespeare's Dramatic Heritage (London: Routlege and Kegan Paul, 1969), 31-32.
To top it off, Gynne discovers that Big Foot might be somewhere in the area.
The Rev Michael Boag, Rector of Upper Coquetdale said: "The organ restoration project has been a partnership between the people of Upper Coquetdale, the Heritage Lottery Fund and restorers Goetze & Gynne so I am delighted that the celebrations to mark its return to both the village and its former glory are also a partnership of so many organisations."
So, after stealing a car from outside a pub in Preston, habitual criminals Gynne Owen Evans, 24, and his accomplice Peter Allen - three years his junior - drove through the night to the town of Seaton in Cumbria and the home of 53-year-old laundry van driver and bachelor John West.