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Synonyms for larder

Synonyms for larder

a supply of food especially for a household

a small storeroom for storing foods or wines

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Ireland coach Eddie O'Sullivan, Woodward's England successor Andy Robinson and defence specialist Phil Larder will have responsibility for the weekend team, with former Lions boss Ian McGeechan, Llanelli Scarlets supremo Gareth Jenkins and ex Great Britain rug by league international Mike Ford taking charge of midweek games.
But at the time, Mr Larder was already earning pounds 45,585, while Mrs Miles was receiving pounds 36,354.
Speaking days after England's Five Nations defeat by France - a result that sees Woodward (above) without a win in any of his five games in charge - Larder, the former coach of the Great Britain Rugby League side, hit back at the English coach's critics.
Dave Larder has been training with us for some time and we've been worKing to get him ready, so it's great to now have him available for a debut," said Shaw.
Larder chairman Henry Roberts said: "With over 90% cent of all companies operating in the North East food and drink sector being classified as SMEs, Northumbria Larder is currently the prime source of support for producers in the region.
We've teamed up with Northumbria Larder to show local companies what attending an exhibition like SIAL can do for their business.
WORLD CUP-winning coach Phil Larder believes England have blundered by taking on South Africa without the stars of last weekend's European finals.
Worcester's defence coach Phil Larder has agreed to extend his tenure at Sixways and will now remain with the relegationthreatened club until the end of the season, writes Brian Dick.
England coach Andy Robinson is poised for a second successive Lions trip, along with current red rose defence coach Phil Larder and goal kicking guru Dave Alred.
Cornish Country Larder has doubled its output year on year.
The event is being funded largely by Northumbria Larder, the regional food group which covers Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, Co Durham and Tees Valley.
Governors at Stockingford Junior, recomended increases to the salaries of Mick Larder and Lesley Miles - his deputy at the time - of pounds 3,573 and pounds 2,373 respectively.
Newquay based Cornish Country Larder producers a range of cows and goats milk soft and semi hard cheeses such as St Endellion Cornish Brie and Cornish Organic Brie.
An early morning blaze destroyed the sawmill at the lumber yard, located one kilometre west of Larder Lake on Hwy 66.
But I am most intrigued - and worried, to be honest - by the influence of Phil Larder and the whole widespread embrace English rugby is adopting to rugby league.