Tything


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Tyth´ing


n.1.See Tithing.
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The couple - a former teacher and farm manager - have been running Tything Barn since 1979.
"We'd like to thank the people of Worcester for their patience, as this work coincided with emergency sewer investigation work in the Upper Tything area and at the junction of Henwick Road and Hylton Road.
The new office, based on the Tything in Worcester, will be home to Thursfields' expanding commercial team and is complementary to its dedicated private client office located on Foregate Street.
The officers pulled into the courtyard of a factory on an industrial estate in Tything Road, Kinwarton, when they saw a man run from an empty building.
Joe, who set up Tything Barn Naturist Site, a specialist camping and caravan site, in Williamston, Pembrokeshire, with his wife, June, more than 30 years ago, added: "This debate has being going on for years and it doesn't seem to get any easier.
51, The Tything, Worcester, WR1 1JT WHEN IS IT OPEN?
In the meantime, Irenius recommends a far more expedient means to cultivate an individualized subjectivity in the Irish: a system of "tything" which, by forcing the community to offer up its criminals or suffer collectively for them, supplants the tradition of Irish communal protection so problematically depicted in the first half of A View.
In 1845, Brannan, as publisher of The Messenger (The Prophet re-named), had told Brigham Young about a newspaper's value "in tything gathering, organizing, for communicating" so that "All can now be performed through the press; and in case of any difficulty in the west, the press here like a General's trumpet from the top of some promontory, moves the whole army at once" (97).
To order, contact Kays at 23 The Tything, Worcester, WR99 1BA.
Previously based in St Mary's Street, Waldrons will now operate from Lumsdons' former offices at The Tything and will bring to Worcester expertise in many areas of law including employment, property, family, wills, probate, inheritance protection, and corporate law.
WALKING down the picturesque Tything in Worcester you would be forgiven for missing the Marwood.