purlieu


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Synonyms for purlieu

an outer adjacent area of any place

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BUCHAN Stewart, Dibden Purlieu, Southampton, Hants.
She was last seen by her family at their home in Dibden Purlieu, Hampshire on September 4.
Rosemary Edwards, 15, has not been seen since she left her family home in Wellington Close, Dibden Purlieu, Hants, on September 4.
The pair fished in Southampton Water, near their Dibden Purlieu home, where dad Bill Scott bagged a personal best 4lb 10oz mullet.
Project researcher Christine Hodgetts said the spring was probably a quarter of a mile away, in Purlieu Lane.
If the narrator often falls into pastiche, self-parody lies beyond his purlieu.
The placing of third world women's texts exclusively within the purlieu of area studies does not necessarily strengthen our understanding of either subaltern women or texts.
Woollard, of Dibden Purlieu, Hants, was ordered to turn himself in to police by his mum Tania Garwood, 37.
Woollard, of Dibden Purlieu, Southampton, was one of more than 50 people arrested after the protests when dozens of people forced their way into the complex of buildings two weeks ago.
And a couple were killed when their motorcycle was in collision with a car at Dibden Purlieu, Hants.
Rosemary Edwards was last seen at her home in Dibden Purlieu, Hampshire, on September 4 after a family argument over her lying about losing a part-time job.
David Edwards said at a press conference that his daughter, Rosemary, who was last seen at her home in Dibden Purlieu, Hampshire, last Tuesday, was not in trouble.
Michael, 64, of Dibden Purlieu Hampshire, said: "The point where he ran in is about four inches wide but at the other end it is no wider than a cigarette packet.
The 13-year-old was wounded in his upper right arm at Applemore Technology College in Dibden Purlieu, Hampshire last week as he headed for the playing fields.