How To Use Bowling green In A Sentence

  • In the summer you can see almost every junior pupil on the village bowling green at an after school club.
  • Surely it will be torched soon, like the old bowling green pavilion, and will make all efforts to improve the neighbourhood seem naive and hopeless. Times, Sunday Times
  • A more promising solution for both bowling greens and golf courses is the use of vermicides and/or insecticides.
  • Sipping tea before the botanic feast of flowers and trees that surrounds the bowling green, the men and women in white were perplexed by the slurs.
  • Moore earned a bachelor's degree in English, summa cum laude, from the University of North Carolina and a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from Bowling Green State University (Ohio). ErieBlogs
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  • The resort also has a supervised children's indoor area, tennis courts, a croquet lawn, a bowling green and archery facilities.
  • The sports hall, bowling green and coach park is likely to be lost, and council officers are already looking at the possibility of moving them elsewhere in the city.
  • I have watched the chaps on our local bowling green, and lunch is invariably ham sandwiches on white bread, neatly wrapped in greaseproof paper, and a Thermos of tea, with very few variations permitted on this theme.
  • But tour operators also say one lesser-known site very important to Chinese visitors is the 'Charging Bull' sculpture in Bowling Green Park.
  • The plans were then amended to exclude the original proposals for a synthetic hockey pitch and floodlighting and add a new bowling green and retention of existing grassed areas.
  • I understand that it will be used towards the purchase of floodlights for the bowling green.
  • SAVOYARD - Peggy Doris Hull Jeffries, 91, of Savoyard, died Sunday, May 9, 2010, at Britthaven of Bowling Green. Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY Homepage
  • My understanding is that as such a substantial part of the parish precept on the council tax is used to finance the bowling green and the pavilion, it is essential that ‘ownership’ is taken up by village groups and individuals.
  • Let pitches get boggy instead of playing on bowling greens. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ah yes, digging up the bowling green would probably mean some explaining, as well.
  • Her new companion took her to the bowling green in the middle, nodded her towards the clubhouse and disappeared. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • A former bowling green is at the centre of a row between residents and developers over plans to put homes on it.
  • It contained a bowling green and croquet lawn, both taken up now with extensions and parking.
  • Surely it will be torched soon, like the old bowling green pavilion, and will make all efforts to improve the neighbourhood seem naive and hopeless. Times, Sunday Times
  • Offering five-star facilities that include tennis courts, bowling greens, volleyball and pétanque among others, this family-owned establishment sits handily in the very heart of Paphos.
  • Finally, there is land available in the centre of York on which to build - the old Marygate evening class prefabs by the bowling green have been semi-derelict for years.
  • The rest was given over to a bowling green and a large expanse of lawn; the potential for change was enormous.
  • On the Bowling Green near Manhattan's southern tip, for instance, stood a vacant pedestal enclosed by an iron fence around which stray pigs often rooted.
  • If councillors agree, the structure - including a toilet and changing rooms - will be built next to the organisation's bowling green.
  • There were stables and linhays to the rear, landscaped gardens and, to cater for the most popular gentleman's sport of the day, a small bowling green was created on the site of the current swimming pool.
  • There are also tennis courts, a bowling green and an air-conditioned gymnasium with a regulation-sized basketball court.
  • The Bowling Green last week Wednesday presented 27,900 baht towards the Lions club's hospital fund.
  • The new building will serve the existing football and cricket pitches, tennis court and bowling green.
  • Bulldozers have begun demolishing the terrace in front of the bowling green in readiness for the building of a members' long room and 36 executive boxes.

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