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Martha's' Vineyard Wikipedia.
The Vineyard was home to one of the earliest known deaf communities in the United States; consequently, a sign language, the Martha's' Vineyard Sign Language, was developed on the island, amongst indigenous languages spoken by indigenous peoples of the island.
Vineyard Wikipedia.
A vignette is a 500-square-metre vineyard which is part of a larger consolidated vineyard. citation needed Investors purchase a piece of land within a vineyard, and outsource the grape maintenance and production operations to an outside grape grower or wine producers.
Vineyard-Brussels Connecting with God and People.
We call what we have in common with other Vineyard churches our Vineyard genetic code' to know more about what you can expect to find in any Vineyard church in the world, read the page" vineyard genetic code" God's' Church His Vineyard is much bigger than our little corner and we honour other churches around the world in their diversity and various styles of worship.
Vineyard Definition of Vineyard by Merriam-Webster.
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vineyard Wiktionary.
US IPA key: /vn.jd/. vineyard plural vineyards. A grape plantation, especially one used in the production of wine. The vineyard of Château Margaux stands as the producer of one of the world's' greatest and most sought-after red wines. Derived terms edit. vineyard sprayer's' lung.
The vineyard Fuorimondo.
The animal's' head was stylised by a German painter as a symbol of the vineyard. Volpaiole thus represents the location where the Fuori Mondo vine terroirs are to be found, branching out into four wines: Lino, Pemà, Amaë and D'Acco.

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