Numerology information Matfield:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest


Definition funny of Matfield:

urban(n) the act of leaving work early for lunch and taking a nap after eating

urbanI'm tired of being here. I'm about to get my matfield on.


Songs about Matfield:

songsMatfield Green by Driven from the Album You'll Be Lonely, I'll Be Gone

songsMatfield Green by Larry Hucke from the Album Kansas Heartland

songsTen More Miles to Matfield by Tallgrass Express String Band from the Album Sky & Water, Wind & Grass, Vol. 2 & 3 (Songs of the Kansas Flint Hills)


Books about Matfield:

booksMatfield Passenger Station Plan on Vellum by New York and New Haven Railroad (1904)

books(Reprint) 1962 Yearbook: Matfield Green High School, Matfield Green, Kansas by 1962 Yearbook Staff of Matfield Green High School (May 1, 1962)

booksBrenchley and Matfield Revisited: A Pictorial Record 1842 to 2008 and History of the Villages of Brenchley and... by Denise Barr, Roy Claydon and Michael Daniels (Nov 22, 2008)

booksThe autobiography of Douglas Edward Bradford: Pastor at Ebenezer Strict Baptist Chapel, Matfield, Kent (1945-1981... by Douglas Edward Bradford (1987)

booksBrenchley and Matfield Millennium Record: A Modern Domesday Book (Jun 25, 2001)

booksPrairie Women: Matfield Green rancher Jane Koger shares her ranch with urban women allowing them to experience... by Anita G Niles (1989)

booksBrenchley and Matfield official guide (1972)


Wiki information Matfield:

Victor Matfield
Rugby Player, Measured person, Person, Athlete

Victor Matfield is a South African rugby union player. He has played for and captained the Springbok rugby team as well as the Blue Bulls in the Currie Cup and the Bulls franchise in Super Rugby. He is generally considered one of the best locks in...

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Matfield is a small village, part of the civil parish of Brenchley, in the Tunbridge Wells Borough of Kent, England. The sculptor Theresa Sassoon planted a tree on the green to commemorate the end of World War I; the tree was blown down in the...