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RECTORY, Eng. law. Corporeal real property, consisting of a church, glebe lands and tithes. 1 Chit. Pr. 163.

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Bronwen, whose mother died just six months before The Old Vicarage opened, is passionate about maintaining high standards of care.
He also explained that the Vicarage Street regeneration is a joint venture between the borough and county councils and promised full public consultation before a final decision is made.
The chairman of together St Austell, John Kneller, said: "St Austell has endured the legacy of the Old Vicarage Place site for some years now and many people don't realise the size of the site, which spans a large area from South Street to Fore Street.
David, from Cumbernauld, near Glasgow, and Jill's vicar dad were almost beaten to death by three masked men who burst into the vicarage in west London in1986.
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But Harry Morgan, the man who started the business, was born in the vicarage here.
The vicarage is in a poor state after being boarded up because it was targeted by vandals.
LESS than 24 hours after leaving Vicarage Road, former Watford manager Aidy Boothroyd was being smashed into to be the next boss at League One Huddersfield.
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Scot Ellis Johnstone and his wife Karan were thrown out of a four-bedroom vicarage on the day their 11th child was due to be born.
The former Chelsea hero has flopped at Vicarage Road - and is heading for the exit door after just a year in charge.