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- n. A stream that only flow in winter (or after wet weather)
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June 5th, 2010 at 1: 27 pm he looks a little like brendan fraser, circa ‘mrs. winterbourne.’ anyone else see it?
It looked like the bed of a winterbourne at the end of a dry summer, but slick with light autumn drizzle.
As for who had placed L-onie's sewing box and the original cards in their hiding place beneath the winterbourne, that remained unresolved.
For at that point, just where the winterbourne gushes out from the low hills, is the spot man would naturally select to make his home.
No, I cannot think that any person for whom it had no association, no secret interest, would, after looking at this village with its dried-up winterbourne, care to make his home in it.
Good for her By the way caught this Orianthi Guitar Solo on ... rhoda: hi hannah i love u, u came to my school winterbourne and i loved the way u sang all of the songs love rhoda ...
frampton, winterbourne, kendleshire Running Map davidjbrowning