Dovecote sentence example

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  • The mill house stands close by along with several outbuildings including a large dovecote.

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  • Above this the comb is divided into nine sections rising by large steps to the apex, each pierced by 30 or more openings, like an immense dovecote.

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  • For primary sources, see under the type of building the dovecote belonged to.

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  • The Bishop of Hereford had a dovecote on his manor in Ross which brought him 5 s a year in rent.

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  • Portions of the vicarage date from the 14th century, and in its garden there is a stone dovecote of great age.

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  • You'll see the 15th century dovecote and Victorian Summerhouse.

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  • The Walled Garden has been restored and features a series of potager gardens, a working dovecote and the National Collection of Colchicums.

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  • Cross the stile and bear diagonally left across the field - keeping to the right of the excavated medieval dovecote.

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  • Alongside the old White Lion stands a 17th century octagonal dovecote.

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  • Part of the Grade 2* listed building is an 18th century dovecote.

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  • Beneath the dovecote a weighty wooden door with wrought iron steel grille leads into the lobby.

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