leasow

leasow

(ˈliːˌsəʊ)
vb
to graze or pasture
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But when they heard that Crow Leasow near Ludlow was empty, they knew it was the perfect place where we could have a more permanent base for a B&B.
A 20-year-old man was found with the help of the force's dog unit hiding in Sommerfield Road and another man, aged 23, was detained in Ox Leasow. A search of the Mercedes uncovered cannabis and a knife.
Shaw, of Moor Leasow, West Heath, previously admitted dangerous driving, having no insurance and possessing crack with intent to supply.
Vincenzo Tildesley (27) of Leasow Drive, Edgbaston, who admitted two charges of attempting to possess a prohibited weapon and one of possession of a prohibited weapon, was sentenced to 48 weeks imprisonment suspended for a year.
Birmingham City Council added the lines in Leasow Drive, Selly Oak, to prevent medical staff and construction lorries blocking the road and installed a temporary car park for residents.
Local people in Metchley Lane, Leasow Drive and many surrounding roads have had their lives turned upside down by road alteratons made to take the huge lorries which will be accessing the site, and by excess parking by contractors.
The inconvenience for local residents is already there - for example residents who live off Metchley Lane are having huge problems with contractors and others parking in their residential roads, and Leasow Drive has been practically taken over ready for the movement of heavy plant and trucks onto the site.
Hart, 44, from Six Ashes, Bridgnorth, Shropshire; North, 35, from Quarry Bank, Brierley Hill; and Horsman, 35, from Oak Leasow, Woodgate Valley, Birmingham, will be sentenced this week.
Robert Warren, aged 34, of Oak Leasow, Quinton, was given a three-year sentence after pleading guilty to attempted theft and assisting an offender, while Craig Street, aged 49, of Bridges Crescent, Cannock, who had admitted two charges of handling goods, was sentenced to 16 months.
Mrs Turner, from Flag Leasow, Madeley, Telford, Shropshire, said no one had yet spoken to her husband about the attack which occurred when a large number of people started fighting outside the Gladstone Club.
Police said minor damage was caused to the back door of the property in Ox Leasow South, in Woodgate Valley, at about 3.40pm on Tuesday.