from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Headlong; suddenly.
- n. A pendant; an ear-ring.
- n. A local name in England of various beds of the Silurian and Jurassic, as of certain thick flagstones in the lower Ludlow near Malvern, of a gray oölitic limestone near Stonesfield, of a limestone at Blisworth, and of a fissile argillaceous limestone near the base of the Purbeck beds at Hartwell.
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And dont Argue as i am from Pendle and a Lib Dem so i know about the Tory Scum of pendle which now includes Karim and his disciples.
No swimming and sports centre cuts in our budget say pendle liberals
I min generation var der mange, som forsøgte at pendle mellem to kulturer.
Shame Mrs Whittaker does not live locally and therefore missing out on the great place that she and her colleagues have created in pendle.