pendicle

pendicle

(ˈpɛndɪkəl)
n
1. a piece of land or property forming a subsidiary to an estate
2. something dependent on another; a subsidiary or appendage
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Heifers: Limousin PS1280, PS1200, PS1200 Chapel House, PS1010, PS990 PS960 Kirtlevale, PS995 (x3) Winterhope Farm, PS990 Carlatton Mill, PS990 (x2) Low Flow, PS990, PS975 High Field, PS960 Middle Brownrigg, PS945 The Howes, British Blue PS1080 Carlatton Mill, PS1080, PS1020, PS970 Upper Brydekirk, PS1075 Pendicle, PS1020 High Field, PS995, PS940 Winterhope Farm, Charolais PS1035, PS965, PS945 Sideway Bank, PS1020 Longrigg Thorn, PS1000 Greenview, PS960 Lankaber, Aberdeen Angus PS930 Shank Castle.
Waddell, of Pendicle, Perthshire, admitted stealing jewellery from the property in Perth on April 6.
Accordingly, the new volumes presented to the public, as Cleishbotham declares, are only a token of the profound thankfulness and not an attempt to gather money for "that pendicle or pofle of land called the Carlinescroft, lying adjacent to my garden" (Scott: 1994: 8).
Robert's grandfather and great grandfather had been gardeners to the Kinnaird family "and Possessors of one acre or pendicle seat.
Bass Brewers have obtained the order to stop him selling his pounds 300,000 luxury home in posh Pendicle Road, in Bearsden, near Glasgow.
Suff pounds 45 Pendicle BFLeic pounds 34 Yetholm Mains BF pounds 22 Burncastle.