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an enormous number of persons gathered together

a very large number of things grouped together

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a group of animals (a herd or flock) moving together

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a moving crowd

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a stonemason's chisel with a broad edge for dressing stone

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Wing Aaron Warren increased the lead when he came in off his wing to arrow through near the posts to make the Maynard conversion simple The Drovers opened out at will but Llanelli's first real attack at the end of the opening quarter all but got a try for full-back Dion Jones.
The Jolly Drovers had been closed for two years and has now been relaunched by licensees Michelle and Brian Proud.
The club moved to the Crown in Digbeth when The Drovers was pulled down but the ambience wasn't the same.
A spokesman at the Drovers Arms said: "We were aware of the police activity but the incident is nothing to do with the pub.
Designing homes for people with dementia In addition to the comfort and quality of our rooms and the passion of our staff for the people they care for, Drovers House features an array of bespoke design details such as use of contrasting colours, and specialist features that help people find their way around, which we know are vital to support those living with dementia.
Things went from bad to worse for the Drovers when they lost lock Bryn Griffiths to the sin bin and the clinical hosts made sure they used their numerical advantage, with Owen Williams crossing out wide for a 18-3 half-time lead.
Before the railways, drovers used to walk cattle along this route to Dolgellau on their journey to England.
The inn, said to be one of Scotland's most haunted buildings, was used by Highland drovers taking cattle to market.
In late 1950s my company, Polyblank Ltd re-located from West Canal wharf on the banks of the old Glamorgan Canal to Drovers Lane which was off Sloper Road running between Nash of Cardiff and the Guest Keen Sports ground.
In authentic fashion, the trail boss will be in charge of two chuck wagons, four "cookies," seven drovers, seven "guest" drovers, a string of horses, and, of course, a great herd of longhorn cattle.
Welch End, at the junction of Bull Street and High Street, was where Welsh drovers sold their cattle, and Bradford Street, which led to the market area and its many slaughterhouses, lay on another old drovers' route.
Ernest Strang, 49, and his wife Lesley, 41, fell in love with the Drovers Inn near Loch Lomond, when they started drinking there five years ago.
John German Chartered Surveyors have acquired the specialist residential lettings firm of Drovers with offices in Kegworth and Burton-on-Trent.