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windle

(ˈwɪndəl)
n
1. (Knitting & Sewing) dialect a machine or device for winding thread or yarn
2. (Agriculture) obsolete Scot a bottle of straw or hay
vb (tr)
dialect to wind something round continuously
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"The first business on the agenda paper," said McGinty, "is to read the following letter from Division Master Windle of Merton County Lodge 249.
"Windle has never refused us when we have had occasion to ask for the loan of a man or two, and it is not for us to refuse him." McGinty paused and looked round the room with his dull, malevolent eyes.
MATT Windle, the only boxer in the world to earn a crust as a professional poet, is banging the door for a rematch with fellow Brummie and Midlands flyweight champ Ijaz Ahmed.
The first was won by the DARC/ Chester-le-Street composite of Libby Morris, Jennifer Napora, Amy Snook (Chester), Orlagh Windle and cox Francesca Suggett in the J14 girls' coxed quad.
One club that has chosen to move outside of the borough, due to the quality of the facilities offered, is Windle Labour FC.
Penpont Gala Queen, Bonnie Anderson, was supported by her knights, Dylan Stitt and Robin Dobie, flower girl Jemima Maltby and page boy Liam Windle throughout.
Peter Windle was finally arrested in December - eight months after the raid that saw another man threaten a security guard with an axe before stealing a cash box containing the money.
The record books show Ijaz Ahmed retained his 8st belt by outpointing Matt Windle in an all-Birmingham derby at Edgbaston's H Suite.
Calvin Windle got fifth in the fly and is only a sophomore.
James Windle, from Salford, has ditched his role stacking shelves at Tesco for a life creating Lego masterpieces at the Trafford Centre attraction.
You don't have to tell Mark Windle that time is money.
His best friend Ralph Windle, from Barry, said: "It was the sort of condition that's almost a million to one.