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representation of the cross on which Jesus died

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Instead he set out to discredit English images specifically and in his text makes a strange, sweeping claim: that almost all English roods and 'Ladies' were capable of movement, through the deceptions and deceits primarily of the spiritual religious.
Ripponden, before taking up his post at Durker Roods almost three months ago, said there was a national shortage of chefs with people coming out of the industry due to the paperwork involved and new entrants deterred by the unsocial hours and pressures involved in the job.
Jay Patel, an experienced hotelier and director of Harimoor Hospitality, said he was delighted with the acquisition of Durker Roods.
Samina, who was born and bred in Huddersfield, worked in Manchester for some years before returning to her home town and her new role at Durker Roods.
On Mother's Day, Durker Roods and Oscars will be offering a mouth-watering three course menu for just PS23.
GIFT APPEAL: Mayor of Meltham Clr Terry Lyons and Durker Roods Hotel Sales and Marketing Manager Lucy Foulds with donations to Meltham Church Clock Tower Appeal auction (JH171013Cmeltham-01)
Five of us met outside Durker Roods on a lovely sunny evening and despite having lots to talk about, set about choosing our starters and main courses.
The Durker Roods Hotel at Meltham is getting a facelift which the new owners believe will bring facilities up to a higher standard than ever before.
The Durker Roods Hotel at Meltham has been bought by Honley entrepreneurs Pauline and Richard Hough.
WHETHER you' re looking to book a meal for a special occasion, or just want a midweek treat, why not see what's on the menu at Durker Roods Hotel, Meltham?
The Durker Roods Hotel at Meltham is for sale through specialist hotel agents Colliers Robert Barry in Leeds.
The Kings Inn Company, which owns the Durker Roods at Meltham and the Tower House Hotel at Pye Nest, Halifax, is in the hands of administrators from insolvency practitioner Abbey Taylor in Sheffield.
The Kings Inn Company, which owns Durker Roods at Meltham and the Tower House Hotel in Halifax, is now in the hands of administrators from Sheffield-based Abbey Taylor.
The cheque was presented at the Durker Roods Hotel, Meltham, before a meal and a slide show by Roger Hirst on Bangladesh, Darjeeling and Bhutan.