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Synonyms for park

recreation ground

Synonyms

put (down)

park yourself

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  • sit (down)
  • perch
  • seat yourself
  • install yourself

Synonyms for park

a large area of land preserved in its natural state as public property

a facility in which ball games are played (especially baseball games)

Scottish explorer in Africa (1771-1806)

Synonyms

a lot where cars are parked

a gear position that acts as a parking brake

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place temporarily

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Parkesine would later be renamed Xylonite, Ivoride and then finally Celluloid - but Parkes' eponymous material paved the way for the development of what we now know as the plastics industry.
Over 25,000 visitors are expected to descend on Parkes to take part in the festivities, more than twice the population of the town.
The deal had been lined up long before Parkes pitched up at the ground, with Pivac having spoken to his former Auckland captain about the possibility of him following him to west Wales once the province's ITM Cup season had finished.
Parkes even emailed one pupil from her personal address to give him example essays ahead of SQA exams.
Mrs Parkes had type 2 diabetes, dementia and ischaemic heart disease, and began to feel unwell three days prior to her death.
It provides background for Waugh's aesthetic responses to social and historical stimuli that animated the impressionists (and that the impressionists animated, as Parkes makes clear).
"The conclusion I record is that Michael Parkes killed himself." Addressing Mr Parkes family and friends Mrs Pember added: "I'm very sorry for your loss."
According to the Parkes Show Web site, the Parkes Showground is fully booked for the 2014 Elvis Festival.
After Parkes was arrested this July, police found a photo of him at Cheltenham Mosque online, captioned: "Revenge of the Infidel."
Parkes, and an accomplice who has not been brought before the court, arrived outside Masjidul Falah mosque in Cheltenham two nights later with hoods over their faces.
For Margot Parkes at the University of Northern British Columbia, watersheds are living systems that are essential for healthy communities.
Daniel Parkes, from Colley Lane, Halesowen, was then chased by police for six miles down a motorway.
Parkes, 82, of Clinton, formerly of Boxboro, died Friday, Jan.
Edwin Parkes was last seen leaving his home in St Helens for a routine hospital appointment on January 9,1991.
Campaigner against antisemitism; the Reverend James Parkes, 1896-1981.