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v. t.1.To engrave.
1.To bury.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On 4 December, Charles Potiphar (often wrongly spelled 'Pottipher') of Ingrave sang 'Bushes and Briars' for Vaughan Williams, who felt 'it was something he had known all his life'.
Jennings, of Ingrave Road, Walton, insisted he was innocent - and vehemently against drugs - during his trial.
Hughes, of Ingrave, Essex, was cleared of harassment and racially aggravated harassment along with colleague PC David Hair, 36.
But Jennings, of Ingrave Road, Walton, was out of the country at the time and escaped arrest.
Despite this, and the fact that he had made some arrangements of folk songs for these lectures, he did not begin to collect folk songs himself until December 1903 when he heard Charles Potiphar sing 'Bushes and Briars' at Ingrave in Essex and noted it down.
JANE is 31 and works as a book production controller in Ingrave, Essex.
Seventeen Merseyside men were among 24 jailed for more than 250 years in October 2011 over what was said to be one of Britain's "biggest ever" drugs plots but Jennings evaded capture and was only arrested in July while walking his dog near his home in Ingrave Road, Walton.
It was while travelling the country giving a lecture series on national songs of the British Isles with Lucy in 1903 that Vaughan Williams was introduced to Charles Potiphar, a seventy-four-year-old retired labourer, at a tea party given at the Rectory, Ingrave, near Brentwood, Essex, and noted down a folk song for the first time.
Jennings, of Ingrave Road, Walton, denies conspiracy to import drugs, saying he was involved in a scam to get PS40,000 out of Paul Taylor in revenge for a land deal that went against his friend.
Daniel Brearley, 30, of Ingrave Road, L4, charged with possession of cannabis - 12 month conditional discharge, PS15 surcharge, PS85 costs.
Although he did not arm himself or threaten anyone Preston, of Ingrave Road, Walton, pleaded guilty to robbery.