munnion


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munnion

(ˈmʌnjən)
n
1. (Architecture) an archaic word for mullion
2. (Physical Geography) an archaic word for mullion
[C16: from monial mullion]
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Lewis Arnold >Pius Ginting, Toby Munnion, Anne Harris, Francisco Tovar and Rogelio Ustate protesting plans to open a coal mine at Highthorn, Northumberland
From left: Pius Ginting, Toby Munnion, Anne Harris, Francisco Tovar and Rogelio Ustate protest plans to open a coal mine at Highthorn, Northumberland
His colleague Christopher Munnion, in a 1993 book called Banana Sunday , reckoned that John was "as English as a pub" (he also referred to him as a "bouncing, perennial Boy Scout roving reporter"