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pot′ter's field′

(sometimes caps.)
a burial place for unidentified persons and the poor. Matt. 27:7.
[1526 (Tindale)]
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The cars - a Mazda and a Suzuki Vitara -were stolen from a house in Potters Field, Aberdare, some time overnight on May 31 or June 1.
Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia: Potters field Press, 2007.
The annual Byte Night sleep-out takes place on Friday 23 September in Potters Field, London, to raise money for the NCH charity.
Blaine, aged 30, entered his tiny temporary home suspended between Tower Bridge and the Greater London Assembly building at Potters Field Park at 9.27pm and is not now due to emerge until Sunday October 19.
People enjoy the sun in Potters Field Park, in London, as many parts of the UK enjoyed a rare day of warm weather
London, Nov 17 ( ANI ): A group of 28 gym girls from Eastbourne, East Sussex broke the record for being the most people crammed in a modern Mini, completing the feat in 18 minutes at Potters Field in central London.