whinberry


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Synonyms for whinberry

erect European blueberry having solitary flowers and blue-black berries

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Knowing her as I did, I was surprised she did not thrust her way into the house; but she did not, although she did not leave the whinberry tart either.
The residents of Whinberry Drive must be pleased with her objections on their behalf.
But unbeknown to her a second man entered her home on Whinberry Place in Birstall.
24, of Whinberry Way, Ely, Cardiff, was banned from driving for a year and was fined pounds 150 after he admitted driving while over the legal limit for alcohol.
Caroline Pethard, chairwoman of the Grange Residents Association, said the plans would disrupt the lives of those living along Whinberry Drive to the south of the proposed development, both during the building phase and once the 50,000- seater stadium was completed.
They'd spread waterproof sheeting over the grass, and in places it felt like something springier than grass - more like gorse, or whinberry bushes.
Maria Clarke, of Whinberry Drive, Kirkby, admitted concealing, disguising, converting or transferring criminal property.
BABY Alfie Hewings is the latest addition to the family of Louise and Craig Hewings of Whinberry Way, St Fagans, Cardiff.
The main options being considered are contained within the boundaries of Hall Lane, Valley Road, Bewley Drive - excluding the housing on Whinberry Drive estate - Cherryfield Drive, Webster Drive and County Road.
Rachel Clarke, 35, of Westerdale Drive, Banks; Lynn Murphy, 41, and Maria Clarke, 35, both of Whinberry Drive, Kirkby and Claire Fisk, 36, of Grovewood Gardens, Whiston, admit offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Margaret Hall, 66, of Whinberry Way, Ely, was one of hundreds of residents whose rubbish was not collected for several days and contacted the Echo to complain about the apparent double standards.
In autumn, the hedges blushed red with whinberry bushes, herb Roberts and rose hips' and in winter, frost turned very ordinary plants into extraordinary ice sculptures.
The American huckleberry derives from two quite different plant families, the one most commonly harvested in the wild, Vaccinium membranaceum, a member of the same genus as the whinberry or bilberry flourishing on the mountainsides of Wales.
Rachel Clarke, 35, of Westerdale Drive, Banks; Lynn Murphy, 41, of Whinberry Drive, Kirkby; Maria Clarke, of St Helens Well, Tarleton; and Claire Fisk, 36, of Grovewood Gardens, Whiston, are all charged with offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Margaret Hall, 66, of Whinberry Way, Ely, put her black bags and white bags out on Tuesday night for Wednesday collection but they were not picked up until Thursday.