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Fen

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 3.33 millimeters.
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Fenny was charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, but he pleaded not guilty and he pleaded guilty to the less serious unlawful wounding.
Natasha Carr, Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events marketing manager, said: "We are delighted to welcome Fenny to the team.
A side view of The Red House at Fenny Compton in South Warwickshire, a listed Queen Anne village property in nearly an acre.
Born in Devon (1514) into an established West Country gentry family; sent to France as a page, but after demotion to muleteer, took service with the Marquis of Saluzzo (1525) and then Philibert de Chalons, Prince of Orange (1525-1530); in the service of King Henry VIII of England abroad and at home (1532-1539); served in the war with France, and saw action at the siege and capture of Boulogne (July 19-September 14, 1544); one of the leaders in the recapture of Le Treport (1545), he was knighted (1545); MP for Tavistock (1545), he was made sheriff of Devonshire (1547); helped defeat rebel Catholic forces at the battles of Fenny Bridge (July 28, 1549), Clyst St.
Fortunately firefighters were able to go to the car park on Bishopton Road West and helped keep Mrs Fenny sheltered from the rain.
One crew from Leamington attended, upon arrival a request was made for an additional three crews to attend, these were from Leamington, Fenny Compton and Southam.
Sodexo sales and marketing manager Fenny Greenfield said:"We wanted to create a space like no other within the surrounding area, an upmarket venue with a more sophisticated feel for people to come and enjoy.
Ian Fenny, prosecuting, said the victim, in her 40s, did not tell anyone, adding: "She kept a contemporaneous diary of her life.
P Fenny took a great fighting 11lb blue, netting a further 18 trout, John Maguire safely released 15 and 13-year-old Ashley Fenny, fishing a Olive Buzzer on a floating line, had one of 9lb 8oz.
The Bears will be playing Warwickshire village side Fenny Compton next Sunday, Knowle & Dorridge on July 11, Water Orton on July 13 and Attock on July 25 in games to raise funds for all-rounder Dougie Brown's benefit year.
Richard Fenny, regional director of Network Rail, said the new painting sites would also stop graffiti vandals risking their lives by trespassing on railway lines.
CALA plans to build 19 cottage-style properties in the thriving Warwickshire community of Fenny Compton.