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Neighbour Ken Marks yesterday said Mr Stonestreet was knocking down the wall in the garden when Surranna "came from nowhere".
A major project is under way to transform the Wood End, Henley Green and Manor Farm estates by knocking down former council houses, now owned by Whitefriars, and building a mix of homes for rent and purchase.
Knocking down a landmark factory to make way for his new project has been bitter sweet for buildings boss Jonathan Ryder.
For example, Japanese researchers reported in the 19 June 2003 issue of Nature the successful construction of transgenic coffee plants that are naturally decaffeinated by knocking down a gent involved in caffeine biosynthesis.
American companies are simply more comfortable with the idea of knocking down walls and marketing to the greatest possible mass of customers.
Last November, in an early El Nino phenomenon linked to a splitting of the jetstream over the Rockies, a massive low-pressure system spun off 120- to 150-mile-per-hour winds that traveled east to west along the Continental Divide, knocking down trees like match-sticks.
McNab admitted knocking down PC John Mullen in Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, last October, just one day after robbing a bank.
The offenders got into the shop, which is in a row of other shops on Pottersway, through a rear entrance by knocking down a brick wall.
A WOMAN who went missing after allegedly knocking down a young boy is to plead guilty to causing his death, her barrister told a court yesterday.