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quarenden

(ˈkwɒrəndən) ,

quarrender

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quarrington

n
(Plants) a dark-red dessert apple
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William Holden, who garden shed at his home in Quarrington Hill, County Durham.
Sox was part of a litter of five feral kittens born in Mr Holden's garden shed at his home in Quarrington Hill, County Durham.
In the age 15-18 division, the Joel Quarrington Prize of $1,000, given by Joel Quarrington, was won by Junbin Hwang of South Korea.
We have cheated a bit with QUARRINGTON, and the examples for IARRINGTON, OARRINGTON, UARRINGTON and XARRINGTON are dubious.
And so, on Front Street, Quarrington Hill, County Durham, sits a house called 'Aston Villa'.
This is also true for the male artist; in Paul Quarrington's The Ravine, forays into this wild space are narrator and writer Phil's "best shot at adventure" (11).
Meet opposite Cassop Primary School between Cassop and Quarrington Hill.
The list of other novelists visiting the city's upside-down mountains is long and significant--from a turn-of-the-century novel by Ernest Thompson Seton to more contemporary works by Michael Ondaatje, Barbara Gowdy, Paul Quarrington, Timothy Findley, Katherine Govier, Dionne Brand, Catherine Bush and many more.
While writers such as Mark Anthony Jarman, Bill Gaston, and Paul Quarrington often approach the game's customs and meanings with some level of ironic distance, others such as Robert Sedlack and Steve Lundin are far more earnest in their acceptance of established norms (not surprisingly, Blake spends significantly more time with the former group).
Craig David Sanders, 22, Quarrington Grove, Yardley Wood.
See also The Quarrington Court, 102 F.2d 916, 918 (2d Cir.), cert, denied, 307 U.S.