Rindle

Rin´dle

    (rĭn´d'l)
n.1.A small water course or gutter.
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As an example we can take the closing verses from "Turn Rindle," first published in book form in Lancashire Songs.
Cath Rindle, head of Benson Primary School in Hockley, has no doubt about the success of Reading Recovery.
Getting pupils back on track at the age of six is far easier and preferable in the long run than when they are 11 plus, believes Ms Rindle.
Alison Rindle, sales director for Kings Oak South Midlands, said: "The part-exchange process means that there are no delays in trying to sell the purchaser's existing home before reserving a Kings Oak home.
Tim Carter (2), Dalbir Sokhi (2), Ian Mellor (2), Adrian Brindley (2), Max Rindle (2), Ben Carter and Ian Craig were on the scorecard.
In a high-scoring game, head of the Staffordshire table Edgbaston, beat Bloxwich 10-7 with goals from Ian Harridge (3) Max Rindle (3), Ben Stevens, Adam Kent, Steve Breary and Ian Mellor.
Ian Harridge (3), Max Rindle (3), Ben Stevens, Adam Kent, Steve Breary and Ian Mellor helped Staffordshire Division leaders Edgbaston to dispose of Bloxwich 10-7.