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thwaite

(θweɪt)
(in place names) n
(Human Geography) a piece of land cleared from forest or reclaimed from wasteland
[from Old Norse thveit paddock]
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We're at Thwaite Station and we've got a long drive before us."
Paul Thwaite, Head of Sales, Specialist Businesses and Business Banking at NatWest, said: We are continuing to invest in innovative and useful digital solutions to make banking easier for our customers, and with this trial showing positive initial results and encouraging customer feedback, we hope to be able to roll out video banking to all our customers, providing them with further choice and flexibility and making it easier for them to focus on running their business.
Travelling from Thwaite to Hawes takes you over the marvellously named Buttertubs Pass.
"Emel had been on our wish list for a number of years," festival head Anne Thwaite told Arab News.
This account by Matthew Jones, who played viola in the first half of the concert and violin in the second, and pianist Annabel Thwaite was measured and deeply felt.
(1) In the four decades since Thwaite's mediocre poem, air travel has gotten cheaper, walls have fallen and borders have opened (others have been newly erected or barbed), and the Iron Curtain has been rent asunder.
MUSIC Matthew Jones and Annabel Thwaite A lunchtime concert featuring Matthew Jones on violin/viola and pianist Annabel Thwaite.
Unlike their previous trip, there were no unlucky bananas left aboard by practical jokers this time when James Thwaite and Pete Surtees boarded Thwaite's boat Seas The Day at Sunderland.
Sarah Thwaite's exhibition is on at the |Tegfryn Gallery in Menai Bridge THE latest exhibition at Oriel Tegfryn in Menai Bridge, showcases the work of three women artists.
A passing motorist came across the injured cyclist lying in the road about two miles from Thwaite at around 11.40am.
ALICE THWAITE, director of development, Equal Arts, Swinburne Street, Gateshead