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littleworth

(ˈlɪtəlˌwɜːθ)
adj
worthless; of little value
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31 acres at 322 Littleworth Lane that sold for $31,000.
In 2008 John planted 2,500 vines in a three-acre site in Littleworth Common in Buckinghamshire.
Outlane were to appear in the novice class, with Littleworth Crusaders, of Barnsley, in the contest class and Concord Drum and Bugle, of Sheffield, in the premier class JS*102813412
Trooper David Clarke, 19, of Littleworth, Staffordshire.
9 November 2015 - UK-based software company Microgen plc has exchanged contracts with Littleworth Properties Ltd.
Stratford-upon-Avon are level-pegging with C&R Hawks at the top of the Division Three table after the Cannock team triumphed by seven wickets in their showdown at Littleworth Road.
The village of Town Littleworth with its great farm shop is a five-minute walk away.
Heather, 58, of Littleworth, Stafford, said: "Tom was literally dying of thirst.
Flt Lt Main, Trooper Clarke of Littleworth, and Cpl Allbutt of Stoke-on-Trent, were among 179 UK servicemen and women who lost their lives, including 136 killed in action, during the seven-year combat phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
The other soldiers were Sergeant Wayne Rees, 36, from Nottingham, Corporal Ben Leaning, 24, from Scunthorpe, Trooper David Clarke, 19, from Littleworth in Staffordshire, and Trooper Robert Pearson, 22, from Grimsby.
For a current analysis of the legal meaning of article X, section 2, see Littleworth and Garner, California Water, 89-95.
Trooper David Clarke, from Littleworth, Staffordshire, was one of two soldiers who died in March 2003 in a "friendly fire" incident west of Basra.