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Fen

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 3.33 millimeters.
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Fenny, of Dovecot Street, Stockton, admitted sexual assault, assault causing actual bodily harm, aggravated burglary, stalking and making a threat to kill.
Natasha Carr, Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events marketing manager, said: "We are delighted to welcome Fenny to the team.
The woman was stabbed in the stomach outside the Roman Way Tavern in Fenny Stratford, Buckinghamshire, on Friday evening.
We eat (under a corrugated plastic roof) a lunch of local favorite fish curry that costs all of $2 (including a glass of the potent drink fenny, made from cashew nuts).
Still, in this rain soft as fog that can only be known to be rain by the windows' streaming, surely all Being at bottom is happy - soaked to the bone, sopped at the root, fenny, seeped through, yielding as coffee grounds yield to their percolation, blushing, completely seduced, assenting as they give in to the downrushing water, the murmur of falling, the fluvial, purling wash of all the ways matter loves matter: riding its gravity down, into the body, rising through cell-strands of xylem, leaflet and lung-flower, back into air.
Principal battles: Boulogne (1544), Le Treport (1545); Fenny Bridge (near Exeter), Clyst St.
Matthew Taylor and Steven Fenny left the victim, 39, with serious injuries.
MEC for Local Government and Human Settlements Fenny Gaolaolwe as the provincial government we have committed to better the life's of our people and we are going to continue in other areas.
"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." Coded entries recorded Hawkins said "he couldn't keep his hands off her" and attacked her at Withywood School, Bristol.
The company said the new site at Daventry, Northamptonshire, was 60% bigger than the one being closed at Fenny lock, near Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire.