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plot of land belonging to an English parish church or an ecclesiastical office

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The Sainsbury's store at The Glebe in Norton IAN COOPER
The pub was built in 1882 and was named The Glebe Hotel because it was built on land belonging to the church - known as glebe.
Our last service at Glebe was very powerful," said Jo Ayers, Glebe's clerk of session.
Glebe Place was 7-2 favourite with Jareer at 7-1, having opened 4-1, in an 18-runner field.
Bennett Countrywide for a two-bedroom ground floor apartment in The Glebe House.
It applies to youths from the Kitt's Green area of Birmingham who've waged a four-year reign of terror in Glebe Farm Road.
Michael Hogan, Local Labor: a History of the Labor Party in Glebe 1891-2003, Federation Press, Sydney, 2004, vi + 254 pages; ISBN 1 86287 493 X.
Kingstanding, Fox Hollies, Nechells, West Northfield and Glebe Farm, Stechford, were all targeted by the project, which involves involves residents finding solutions to concerns over crime, health, education and other issues.
NEW YORK -- A partnership comprised of funds managed by Apollo Global Real Estate (AGRE), the real estate investment management arm of Apollo Global Management, LLC (NYSE: APO), and UK-based property firm Glebe Asset Management Limited has taken ownership of the former Reuters building in Great Sutton Street, London EC1.
GLEBE RANGERS boss Jason Wilmont is relishing his date with a giant of local football in next month's Tennents Irish Cup.
The branch, which opened in 2007, at Hanover Parade on the Glebe estate, is expected to shut its doors in the new year.
Tenders are invited for the scope of the works will involve the emergency stabilisation and conservation of a detached three-bay two-storey over part raised basement glebe house (c.
Long-jack play by their opponents was their undoing as the Glebe duo gained a 10-4 result with an end unplayed.
GLEBE Street in Ladywood was short-lived and is long forgotten.