winnard

winnard

(ˈwɪnəd)
n
(Animals) dialect Southwest English a heron
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Boss John Winnard, 62 - greatgreat nephew of founder William Santus - said: "It seems there's nobody called Joe in the family."
Diane Winnard, 37, from Doncaster, said: "I've been to every tour.
Watson was forced into changes after injury and suspension respectively kept Dean Winnard and Liam Edwards out of the clash with Jordan Richards, Andy Parry, Reagan Ogle and Brad Bauress completing a makeshift back four.
Southport: Hanford, Richards, Ogle, Morgan, Astles, Winnard, Charles, Wood, Bauress (Homson-Smith 67), Sampson, Archer (Green 67).
SOUTHPORT: Hanford, Richards, Ogle, Morgan, Astles, Winnard, Green (Gilchrist), Wood, Charles, Sampson, Bauress (Homson-Smith) Subs: Mueller, Langley, Tibbetts.
Funniest Female: Dolly-Rose Campbell (Gemma Winter, Corrie) partnership Kellie Bright, pictured, and Danny Dyer (Linda and Mick Carter, EastEnders) bad girl Mollie Winnard (Kayla Clifton, Coronation St)
SOUTHPORT: Hanford; Richards, Winnard, Parry (Osborne 54), Astles, Langley, Lowe, Morgan, Charles, Sampson, Green (Lynch 71).
Also there were Katie McGlynn, Harry Visinoni, Lisa George, Mollie Winnard and Alexandra Mardell.
Winnard and Coulson (2008) reviewed the eight mainland reintroduction sites; each had varying degrees of fox presence and bandicoot population establishment success.
Andrew Winnard, a PhD student at Northumbria University, was awarded the prestigious Evetts Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK Space Life and Biomedical Sciences at the 2015 UK Space Conference.
Meanwhile Mon Communities First is sponsoring Gary Winnard of Holyhead on his six month work experience.