Skilts

n. pl.1.A kind of large, coarse, short trousers formerly worn.
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A design and access statement submitted with the planning application said: "The children that will attend the new SEN school are from all parts of the Birmingham wider area and the current Skilts school is located outside of the Birmingham Borough just to the North of Redditch Town Centre.
then pul your forensics skilts to the test to solve the "Talent Napped mystery" challenge
Anita said that they were very private characters who did not venture out of their house, The Skilts, very often.
They had occupied the house, The Skilts, for at least three decades.
Applying the skilts learned through Six Sigma, Smith created a model for better retention of milliondollar-plus households for Merrill Lynch.
Lorry driver Brian Moffatt, aged 50, whose body was discovered beside his vehicle, on a pathway close to Lower Skilts Farm at Outhill, Studley, could only be identified by his dental records.
The kind-hearted dog walker came to the man's aid on a path off Wirehill Drive, near Skilts Avenue, on July 26 at around 9.15pm.
He will be based at BLB's new head office at Upper Skilts Farm in Ullenhall, Warwickshire.
Dominic, who previously taught for the behaviour support service at Birmingham City Council, is now deputy head of Skilts special school, in Redditch, which is also run by the authority.