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mill end

n.
An end portion of a roll of carpeting, fabric, or yarn.
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Andrew and Sam Froggatt, Froggys Farm, Abbots Bromey, sold their Millend Whirlpool sired gimmer for 1000gns to MSH Benson, Horrace Farm, Pennington, Ulverston.
He's launched the Millend Racing Club at a working man's price and War Of The Roses has proved a good flagbearer for the stable.
The second prize winner and the youngest bull forward, the 12-month-old Millend Billy-Whiz from George Bowden & Son, Millend Farm, Hambleden, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, sold for 2,200gns to the Mabon herd of Messrs GW & FM Jones, Garth Hall Farm, Llanfabon, Mid Glamorgan.
The home-bred shearling from their Millend flock, sired by Brookvale Gold Charm, went to High Peak, Derbyshire, with P F and S Mellor.
Mr Mandleberg, of Millend Lane, Alrewas, Staffs, who ran Mandleberg and Co in Corporation Street, Birmingham, before it was closed down in 1994, is now beginning a battle against the Legal Aid Board for pounds 200,000 he claims he is owed for outstanding work.
The first prize ram was by a Preswylfa ram from Jim Jones TVs, the second was by a Millend ram from Russel Watkins and another in the pen was by a Cwmcerrig ram from DJJ Watkins and Co, Cross Hands.
The 48-year-old, from Millend Road, Alrewas, Staffs, had spent 20 years working as a solicitor before his practice was wound up in 1994 as part of an inquiry by the Law Society's Solicitors' Complaints Bureau, which has since been renamed the Officefor the Supervision of Solicitors.
An April 05 heifer, she was sold as running with Millend Voodoo.
After the hearing Mr Mandleberg, aged 48, of Millend Lane, Alrewas, Staffs, said although he was relieved to be acquitted of a crime he had always denied being involved with, he would not be celebrating.
Also selling for 2,000gns in the female section was Millend Umba-Wumba a maiden heifer from G Bowden & Son of Henley on Thames.
Mandleberg (48), of Millend Lane, Alrewas, Staffordshire, Murphy (46), of no fixed address, and Lane (54), of West Hills Lane, Hopwood, Worcestershire, deny conspiring to defraud the Legal Aid Board between November 1992 and February 1993.
But Mandleberg (48), of Millend Lane, Alrewas, Staffs, Murphy (46), of no fixed address, and Lane (54), of West Hills Lane, Hopwood, Worcs, all deny conspiring to defraud the Legal Aid Board between November 1992 and February 1993.