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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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.
Otter Farm near Honiton, Devon Their home is timber-framed and clad in larch and both properties have grass roofs.
Steven Anthony Terry Townsend, 36, from Honiton Road in Llanrumney, Cardiff, admitted drunk and disorderly behaviour on Womanby Street.
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-yearold girl and an 18-year-old boy, 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.
Shots injured two women and narrowly missed a group of screaming children at the siege of Glebe House, Southleigh, near Honiton, Devon.
00pm) The weather conditions worsen in January as Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn experience copper mining, and Ruth Goodman visits Honiton to learn the art of lace-making.
However, Adam Gibson, head at Manor House School in Honiton, Devon, said: "An occasional sore knuckle shouldn't prevent children from enjoying a traditional pastime that has educational benefits.