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PARK, Eng. law. An enclosed chase (q.v.) extending only over a man's own grounds. The term park signifies an enclosure. 2 Bl. Com. 38.

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It has been reported that days before his death Mr Parkes, from Daventry, was arrested by police for attempting to groom a young girl - who turned out to be Hunter.
In fact, a lot of people trooped to Parkes Central Station in Australia's NSW just to see the arrival of the Elvis Express.
Asked what the secret of a happy marriage is, Mr Parkes said: "I think we both know when to give each other a bit of space, which we accept because we do spent a lot of good time together.
A court heard how Parkes and an accomplice went to the mosque early on November 13, 2010.
Parkes from near Cheltenham, southern England, was also said to have been angry at a television news report on Armistice Day in 2010, which showed Muslim extremists burning poppies during a demonstration in London.
My research focuses on the relationships between ecosystems and health," Parkes said.
Sarah Smith, prosecuting at a Birmingham Magistrates' Court, said Parkes had been the victim's computer teacher.
ANTI-HOMOPHOBIA lessons are to be stepped up in Liverpool's high schools in thewake of the of the brutal attack on trainee PC James Parkes.
Parkes, 82, of Clinton, formerly of Boxboro, died Friday, Jan.
He Also Spoke as a Jew, The Life of the Reverend James Parkes, by Haim Chertok.
Above left, The Tyler-Parkes Team' top, directors Alan Tyler and Glenda Parkes' Alan Tyler, Martyn Single, Glenda Parkes, John Wilson, Amanda Robinson, Gareth Jones and Bhupendra Chauhan' Left, John Wilson, director, takes the mic' above, Marie Curie fundraising manager Lynn Wood with magician David Penn
Campaigner against antisemitism; the Reverend James Parkes, 1896-1981.