wheatfield


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wheatfield

(ˈwiːtˌfiːld)
n
a field in which wheat is grown
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wheatfield - a field planted with wheatwheatfield - a field planted with wheat    
grain field, grainfield - a field where grain is grown
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wheatfield

[ˈwiːtfiːld] Ntrigal m
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Taylor Wimpey will splash the cash around its Wheatfield Manor development in Codsall, with PS265,000 being donated towards education services.
"It's a real privilege to be involved in projects and initiatives around Wheatfield Manor."
Brian Meehan, 50, who is serving a life sentence for his role in the journalist's 1996 murder in Dublin, was transferred from Portlaoise Prison to Wheatfield jail over a month ago and is now on the 5F landing.
After a series of incidents during the 2-1 win for Hibs, that saw supporters arrested, Budge revealed part of the Wheatfield Stand would be closed for the final two home games of the season.
The 6ft 5in brute, who was found guilty by a Central Criminal Court jury and sentenced to life for murdering the mother of his two sons in 2004, changed jobs when he was moved from Dublin's Arbour Hill to Wheatfield Prison.
Matrix units joined uniformed officers who put a cordon up on Wheatfield View, not far from Rimrose Valley Park, following the incident, which is believed to have happened at around 5.20pm.
Two months later, feeling that his life was wasted and a personal failure, he created his last painting, Crows in the Wheatfield. This work ominously depicts a storm of crows coming toward the observer, suspended in a darkening sky over a chaotic field of wheat.
* River Road (Route 265/384) at the Wheatfield town line, at Robinson and Wheatfield Street (Route 429), Thompson Street-Taylor Drive, Goundry Street, and the River Road bridge to Erie County.
Peacefully in Wheatfield Court Nursing Home with his family by his side after a long illness on Tuesday 10th March 2015, aged 86 years, John, beloved husband of the late Ella, loving brother of Hannah and Mary, dear stepdad of June and Veronica, much loved grandad and great grandad of all the grandchildren, dearest uncle and great uncle of all his nephews and nieces, dear brother-in-law of Lily and a very good friend of Anne.
Residents living close to the scene in Hinckley also heard two loud booms as flames roared at a substation on Wheatfield Way.
The pensioner, known as Ena, celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends at Wheatfield Court care home in Westerhope, Newcastle, where she has been a resident since 2013.