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Definition funny of Winecoff:

urbanA relatviely small ethnic minority within the gypsy population, little more than a family group, that was exiled from Eastern European countries for prevelent alcoholism among their number. Coutless atempts have been made to stem the flow of these borderless drunkards, but they have been, as of yet, unsuccessful.

urbanThere are some dirty winecoffs in that alley, cant you smell the gin?

books

Books about Winecoff:

booksThe Winecoff Fire: The Untold Story of America's Deadliest Hotel Fire by Sam Heys and Allen B. Goodwin (Apr 1993)

books(Reprint) 1959 Yearbook: Winecoff High School, Concord, North Carolina by 1959 Yearbook Staff of Winecoff High School (May 1, 1959)

books(Reprint) 1956 Yearbook: Winecoff High School, Concord, North Carolina by 1956 Yearbook Staff of Winecoff High School (May 1, 1956)

books(Reprint) 1954 Yearbook: Winecoff High School, Concord, North Carolina by 1954 Yearbook Staff of Winecoff High School (May 1, 1954)

books(Reprint) 1949 Yearbook: Winecoff High School, Concord, North Carolina by Winecoff High School 1949 Yearbook Staff (May 1, 1949)

books(Reprint) 1952 Yearbook: Winecoff High School, Concord, North Carolina by Winecoff High School 1952 Yearbook Staff (May 1, 1952)

books(Reprint) 1953 Yearbook: Winecoff High School, Concord, North Carolina by 1953 Yearbook Staff of Winecoff High School (May 1, 1953)

wiki

Wiki information Winecoff:

Winecoff Hotel
Project focus, Structure, Location, Listed Site

The Ellis Hotel, formerly known as the Winecoff Hotel, is located at 176 Peachtree Street NW, in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Designed by William Lee Stoddart, the 15-story building opened in 1913. It is located next to the former Macy's, which...

Winecoff Hotel fire

The Winecoff Hotel fire of December 7, 1946 was the deadliest hotel fire in United States history, killing 119 hotel occupants, including the hotel's owners. Located at 176 Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, USA, the Winecoff Hotel was...