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Synonyms for hayfield

a field where grass or alfalfa are grown to be made into hay


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Contractor address : Hayfield Place, Hayfield Ind Estate,
laois & (d)Waterside technologies ltd having ceased to trade, having its registered office at hayfield house, firmount demesne, clane, co.
We are pleased to bring the cloud computing power to IT departments and system integrators at a fraction of the cost of others," said company spokesperson Mark Hayfield.
Merseyside Police released CCTV of the bike and believe the pair riding it could have some very important information for their investigation after gun shot damage was caused to the door of the house in Hayfield Street, Anfield, on Tuesday.
July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Two brothers, Tony and Tanner Kramer, from rural Hayfield, Minnesota are behind the social media campaign to get Jimmy Fallon to attend their brother Tyler's wedding.
But when Price put his truck in park on that fateful evening and glassed the distant hayfield, he couldn't believe his eyes at first.
Leask's hayfield he paused to drink in the delicious spring air.
The Hayfield Boxing Club has been set up by Scotland boxing coach Joe Ham a few streets away from where Lynch was born.
The worn path at Hayfield Avenue in Oakes was the subject of many complaints from people living in the area.
They have their refreshing white Hayfield Verdelho and the elegant Hayfield Pinot Noir down to pounds 4.
Approached along a private road, Mandalay is one of only four homes on Hayfield Lane within Whickham.
At the close of last year, volunteers cleaned out Eastern Bluebird nesting boxes in the lower hayfield in preparation for new occupants this coming spring.
Eigenberg and Woodbury also mapped a hayfield designed to capture and use manure nutrients.
The houses are in Barley Close, Clover Drive, Meadowgate Drive and Hayfield Close.
I want you in the evening "When the sun sinks in the west" Below the lawn and lilac tree at the bottom of the garden, in our nearest hayfield, was the cow with head down, grazing for all she was worth, unconcerned with the world.