Turk's head


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an ornamental knot that resembles a small turban

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Amanda Roue and her partner, Daryl Arrowsmith; Amanda Roue, landlady of The Turk's Head; The Turk's Head, voted Pub of the Year by Liverpool and Districts branch of CAMRA
mexicanus), or both, were eating the Nichol's Turk's head cactus in parts of its range.
Evening activities are simple and leisurely - usually a pint at the pub the Turk's Head.
The society said it had no objection to the principle of student accommodation in Newcastle but felt the former Turk's Head Hotel was the wrong location.
However in 2003, plans to install a plaque at the hotel were stalled after it turned out neither Paul McCartney nor Ringo Starr, the surviving Beatles, could recall whether it was the Imperial Hotel in Jesmond or the Royal Turk's Head where the group had stayed.
This one has been sealed with string tied into a Turk's Head knot - a popular choice - and a cork painted bright orange.
A grotesque and "ultra-rare" 17th century Bellarmine jar designed to ward off witches has been found by archaeologists exploring the site of the former Turk's Head Inn beneath Tipping Street car park in Stafford.
CONGRATS to The Turk's Head of St Helens for retaining its Pub of the Year title at the Liverpool Camra's annual awards.
Two agents from a shopping savers' club found 24 year-old Karen Russon at the foot of a ladder under the loft hatch at her terraced home in Turk's Head Way, West Bromwich, at about 4pm on Friday, December 23, an inquest heard.
Pauline Dart, landlady of the Turk's Head pub on St Agnes, told the Mirror: "Camilla's visit is supposed to be hush-hush but everybody seems to know about it.
LABOUR OF LOVE: David Sheppard (above) with some of the unusual vegetables; Olive Smith (right) with a turk's head squash and (below) Allesley Park walled garden; REAL TREAT: Suzanne Bristow (left) is eager to share the organic eating experience
It is also all change in Tynemouth, where the Cumberland Arms and Turk's Head are out and Hugo's at the Coast is in.
Burma Star B'ham branch: Meets first and third Thurs of month at 8pm at Turk's Head, Lancaster St.
The Turks & Caicos islands v Catherine Zeta Jones's native Swansea:The Turks & Caicos Islands are named after the indigenous Turk's Head 'fez' cactus, and the Lucayan (local native) term 'caya hico,' meaning string of islands and were discovered either by Christopher Columbus in the 1490s or fellow explorer Juan Ponce de Leon in 1512.
We finish up the night in the Turk's Head - recently voted Dublin's top spot for singles looking for love.