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As Cope, Viguers, and Renwick have pointed out, the three lost courtiers, Antic, Frantic, and Frolick, whose names represent figures of the imagination, regain their direction as a result of their contact with the old wife Madge and her husband Clunch and by attending the dramatic reenactment of the tale told by the Mage figure.
cLUNCH for two in the exclusive Tingle Creek Restaurant.
Farrow and Ball do a wonderful range of paints with great names like Clunch, Tallow, Pointing and Old Tie - all shades of white.
Where in this 'celebration of the locality' is the cob, the clunch, the flint and the thatch?