Honiton


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Honiton

(ˈhɒnɪtən; ˈhʌn-) or

Honiton lace

n
(Textiles) a type of lace with a floral sprig pattern
[C19: named after Honiton, Devon, where it was first made]
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Archie is expected to follow royal tradition by wearing a replica of the Honiton lace christening gown commissioned by Queen Victoria for the baptism of her first child Princess Victoria in 1841.
#QueenVictoria commissioned Honiton lace for her wedding ensemble, & insisted her daughter-in-law Princess Alexandra wore Honiton rather than Brussels lace at her wedding to the future King Edward VII.
He walked to a police station, not manned at the front desk, and rang 999 to say there had been a knifing in Honiton, Devon.
It's near Honiton in Devon and is for sale for around PS1.6m.
Otter Farm near Honiton, Devon Their home is timber-framed and clad in larch and both properties have grass roofs.
The following cases were heard at Cardiff Magistrates' Court: | | Paul Junior House, 32, of Honiton Road, Llanrumney, Cardiff, admitted possessing cannabis and amphetamine.
Ten weeks later, he was picked up at Honiton railway station a few miles from his Devon home.
Vet charity PDSA has places available for a tandem skydive taking place all day on Monday, June 20, at Honiton Airfield in Devon.
Grandmother STELLA GILLARD celebrates her 90th birthday with a 15,000ft skydive in Honiton, Devon.
The dead teenagers, a 17-year-old girl and her 18-year-old brother, and the three-year-old boy were among eight people in the terraced house in Honiton, Devon, when the fire broke out on Friday.
Graham York spotted it at a book shop and bought it to sell on in his own store in Honiton, Devon.