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Category:1911 short stories Category:Assamese folklore Category:Assamese literature Category:Indian children's literature Category:Indian folkloreSpinney Junction Spinney Junction is an area of St Albans, Hertfordshire. It is located on the Hertford - Hitchin, St Albans - London and Bedford - Cambridge trunk roads. It consists of a small residential area to the north, a larger residential area to the north east, a large mixed residential and commercial area and a large park to the west, called The Spinney. Location The Spinney is a large western residential park with a number of housing developments, a large open space, a bowling green, children's playground, tennis courts, a nursery, allotment plots, several houses of worship including a Buddhist temple, Methodist chapel, a Sikh temple and a Quaker Meeting House, and a food store. The Spinney serves as a popular recreational park for St Albans. History The word "Spinney" is derived from a corruption of "Spunge", referring to the abundance of pond weeds (Spionia alternifolia) on the marshy areas of The Spinney. The area was one of the swamps surrounding the small grist mill stream of the same name. The Spinney, which probably dates from Roman times, was part of the chapel of St Peters Palace. It is called the Spinney because of its greenery. A smaller pond at the southern end of the larger pond is named Coppernook. Spinney Junction District Council was created in 1995. It is one of the two borough councils in the City and District of St Albans, with Poole, the other borough council, having local authority powers. There are plans to extend the Spinney by building 1,800 new homes on the land immediately surrounding the park. Notable residents J. T. Edelman, musician. Nigel Kennedy, musician. References External links Spinney Junction District Council Spinney Junction Parish Council Category:Areas of St Albans Category:SpinneyStomatitis and keratitis associated with ortho-benzaldehyde, a chemical agent used to induce ketosis in rams and estrous activity in cows. Among 79 of 100 male Swiss Ram and 20 of 48 Holstein cows examined for a period of 16 months, lesions






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