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Thornhill

(ˈθɔːnˌhɪl)
n
(Biography) Sir James. 1675–1734, English baroque painter. He is best known for decorating the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital (1708–27) and the interior of the dome of St Paul's Cathedral (1715–17)
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THORNHILL 26 UNDERBANK 30 UNDERBANK Rangers all but confirmed their place in the top six play-offs with a hard fought victory over their neighbours from Dewsbury in a feisty, ill-tempered affair.
Drymen's hopes of a clean sweep of this year's Forth and Endrick League trophies came to a crashing end on Sunday when they lost 5-1 to Thornhill in the final of the Ian Telfer Cup.
Thornhill Gala Day galloped off to a great start with 50 riders taking part in the rideout around the village organised by Audrey Muirhead.
Here Thornhill Primary School, Thornhill Road, Islington, London, N1 1HX, is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
TEAM England cyclist Sophie Thornhill and pilot Helen Scott have claimed gold and set a new world record at the Commonwealth Games.
Bryan Thornhill took the video from inside his car showing his 10-year-old son running outside in the rain.
The new burial site would be less than 650 metres from Thornhill Cemetery - which the council is warning could run out of space for new graves after June 2020.
Ella's lives in 2017 and has recently moved to a new town where she knows no one Often home alone, she spends a lot of time in her top floor room, from which she has a perfect view of derelict Thornhill House.
Graeme Thornhill, 34, also beat the terrified dad across the thighs with a baton and kicked him as he lay on a grass verge.
PARALYMPICS SOPHIE THORNHILL and her tandem pilot Helen Scott won Great Britain's sixth gold on the second day of the Paralympics in Rio yesterday.