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n.1.A windrow.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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My collection of new works runs alongside exhibitions by Barbara Winrow, Lynne Cartlidge RCA and sculpture by Llyr Erddyn Davies.
Rueben Winrow Monks died at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, in Wigan, after his mother was left waiting too long for for an emergency c-section.
Harry Winrow put in an excellent performance, winning three medals on his debut, taking bronze in the junior men's kumite and another bronze in the junior men's kata.
At Kingston BC: R Stopford 21 A Dean 16, P Green 20 J Sharp 21, M Gilbert 10 J Rowley 21, D Garner 18 P Holroyd 21, F Griffin 21 J Eaton 13, D Walls 9 M Griffiths 21, V Smith 21 R Nicholson 17, D Harrison 3 P Winrow 21.
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Newcastle University won their fourth straight game and moved up the table with goals from Rob Winrow (2), Joe Watson, Ben Wheeler and Alex Auld at Heddon, who had Connor Ballantyne and Andrew Davidson on the scoresheet.
After she was welcomed by the Mayor of Windermere, Allan Winrow, and his wife, Mayoress Angela Winrow, people stood up to the water line of the lake to capture their royal images on camera as the town was bathed in sunshine.
Andrew Winrow, 37, was on his way home from Aberdyfi at about 10pm on July 9 last yearwhen he crashed into a Hyundai car on the A5104 near Pontblyddyn.
Ally Winrow, 18, from Church Road, Nuneaton, said: "It's a disgrace and it's even worse because it's on a playing field and the children will be back to school soon.
In reply Gresford knocked off 74-3 with Chris Hume and John Bell both getting 22 as Ian Winrow took 1-5 in a 8-2 point split.
Eva Lemon, who is based in Stockholm, achieved a rare feat for a professional jockey on the Flat when she rode her own horse, Winrow, to victory at Taby on February 20.