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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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By Friday, police confirmed that all the protesters had been removed, and that five people Jessica Sankey, 23, of Brighton; Luka Lecoutteaux, 22, of London, Tobias Alexander Munnion, 25, of Newcastle, and Eleanor Ransom, 21, of Kent and Sarah Alice Johnson, 23, of Kent, had all been charged with aggravated trespass.
By Friday, police confirmed that all the protesters had been removed, and that five people - Jessica Sankey, 23, of Brighton; Luka Lecoutteaux, 22, of London, Tobias Alexander Munnion, 25, of Newcastle, and Eleanor Ransom, 21, of Kent and Sarah Alice Johnson, 23, of Kent - had all been charged with aggravated trespass.
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"!) -- and the stories he likes to tell draw their punchlines from very English values like politeness and understatement, like the one about Archbishop Makarios (actually a story told to him by Glafcos Clerides) being rescued from the Presidential Palace in 1974 by an RAF helicopter.