Liss

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(lĭs)
n.1.Release; remission; ease; relief.
v. t.1.To free, as from care or pain; to relieve.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The retired actor, who played grumpy caretaker Mr Griffiths in the BBC One children's series, passed away 'peacefully' at a nursing home in Liss, Hampshire, on November 16, his family confirmed.
Meanwhile, in Liss, Hampshire, Graham and Alana Tourell want to restore a former post office into a home.
The woman, from Liss, Hampshire, was shaken but uninjured and the horse was unharmed.
John, of Liss, Hampshire, added: "I had intended to cook it but I've decided to keep it in the fridge for a little while.
Coventry Road Club's Richard Howes clocked a personal best 1-55-29 in the A3CRG 50-mile time trial at Liss, Hampshire, to take 20th place from 100 starters.
Now 96, he lives in Chatterwood Nursing Home, Huntsbottom Lane, Hill Brow, Liss, Hampshire GU33 7PA.
Murphy was sentenced for the abuse in July 2003 but has spent just nine days in jail and has been living in a monks' retiral home in Liss, Hampshire.
Abigail Craen, aged 20, originally from Liss, Hampshire, was only five weeks into her course at Birmingham University when she was hit on a pelican crossing in the city in 2005.
Abigail, aged 20, originally from Liss, Hampshire, was just five weeks into her course at Birmingham University when she was hit and thrown nearly 100ft by the impact.
Miss Craen, from Liss, Hampshire, was thrown nearly 100ft by the impact but Singh, 45, did not stop.
Brother Benedict - now Michael Murphy, 69, of Liss, Hampshire, ex-woodwork teacher Charles McKenna, 83, of Stirling, and nightwatchman James McKinstrey, 70, of Port of Menteith, Stirling, denied the allegations.
Lukomska of Liss, Hampshire - who lost her job as a result of the incident - admitted carrying out her duties with 57 microgrammes of alcohol in 100ml of blood.