tumbledown


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Elderly Mr and Mrs Barleycorn live an isolated rural life in a tumbledown house next to the railway bridge.
Pollution is consistently spilled by old and tumbledown vehicles.
Like renovating a tumbledown barn, I had to get the specialists in for the 'red-carpet-ready refurb'.
The property - a former agricultural building - has a certain tumbledown charm but is, at present, uninhabitable and sadly lacking a roof.
He was hit by a grenade and shrapnel in the Battle of Mount Tumbledown on June 14, 1982.
In an attempt at recuperating, she rented a trailer, which was backed onto the tumbledown villa of an unconventional family of four.
Scots Guard Ian Morton was blasted by a grenade and shot when he charged enemy positions during the Battle of Mount Tumbledown shortly before Argentinian forces surrendered in 1982.
Adirondack tells the story of how he and his wife, Debbie, bought a tumbledown house, rescued it from ruin, started a family, and planted themselves deep in Adirondack soil.
The owner of Tumbledown Trails Golf Course in Wisconsin also said that he might temporarily close the club following a backlash that included death threats.
Career: Other early TV appearances came in Tumbledown, KYTV, Bottom and The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer.
They managed to set up a thriving school but it consisted of thatched shelters which were unfinished and tumbledown, and cattle continually ate the low-level roofs.
The monument features a child launching the Mavi Marmara ship loaded with humanitarian aid materials in front of a tumbledown wall which depicts Palestine.
My chickens didn't mind this low temperature at all, and they live in wide-open, tumbledown coops, with all feeding and watering done outdoors.
Our heritage lies also in hidden nooks and crannies far removed from the tourist trail - chapels, manor houses, old court buildings and the like; a tumbledown old farm dating from centuries past.
HCS chairman Colin Hill said: "Some years ago it was a rather tumbledown property and it was refurbished to a very high standard and very appropriate for Honley's conservation area.