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Definition of Trennel

Trennel
Trennel Tren"nel, n. Corrupt form of Treenail.

Meaning of Trennel from wikipedia

- A treenail, also trenail, trennel, or trunnel, is a wooden peg, pin, or dowel used to fasten pieces of wood together, especially in timber frames, covered...
- metal was not available, it was possible to use treenails (pronounced trennels). They were like clench bolts but made of wood, and instead of being clenched...
- Kingscote college. The action begins at Easter at the Marlow family estate, Trennels. Nicola, Lawrie, Ginty and Ann arrive home to be joined almost immediately...
- left Catalina after a contract dispute and began using the name "John Trennel." The two directors co-founded Studio 2000 in late 1992. Masters announced...
- features the Marlow family during the summer holidays at their cousin's farm, Trennels, and was published in 1957 (although set in 1948). It was republished by...
- father and Giles, who are away at sea, spend their first Christmas at Trennels, the country estate they inherited following the death of their cousin...
- mainly in Colebridge, the nearest town to the Marlow family's home at Trennels, during spring half-term. Miss Maudie Culver, a local landowner, employs...
- Kirsch; Fallen Angel Kevin Clarke, Pleasure Principle Gino Colbert, John Trennel; Jeff Stryker's Underground Chip Daniels, Marine Crucible Jerry Douglas...