Definitions

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  • proper noun a village in Manchester, England

Etymologies

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From Old English æspe and hyll, meaning "aspen hill".

Examples

  • A resident in Haigh Road, Aspull, had seen a man resembling fugitive murder suspect Raoul

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  • They took over the near derelict traditional tower brewery at the back of the Last Orders on Wallgate and have mostly supplied its five Allgates pubs in Wigan, Aspull, Crooke Village,

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  • Operation Bicycle ran during March and was aimed at reducing nuisance bikes on and around the large open areas of Aspull and Ince.

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  • Until last February, when 77-year-old Richardson died in a hospice in Aspull, near Wigan.

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  • Chairman of the organisation's Aspull branch, Labour councillor John Hilton, said: "I can't believe what I am hearing and neither will the ex-servicemen community."

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  • They took over the near derelict traditional tower brewery at the back of the Last Orders on Wallgate and have mostly supplied its five Allgates pubs in Wigan, Aspull, Crooke Village,

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  • Paul Speak-Heaton from Aspull will compete in the National Grand Final of Open Mic UK, where one singer will have the chance to put pen to paper on a management and recording contract worth £20,000.

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  • William Green, 67, of Cale Lane, Aspull, Wigan, admitted 27 counts of sexual abuse on children in August.

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  • "In this case there was a very large object hovering over woods in Aspull.

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  • Luckily, the bite left no lasting damage and Robin Phillips, of Aspull, said: "It hurt but it didn't inject any poison.

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