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  • John Staines is an association football player who represented New Zealand at international level.
  • This would then provide a direct express rail service from Staines to via the airport.
  • This, despite the fact that their father, Jack Staines, was a free man.
  • This Commission had similar powers covering the whole of the river down to Staines.
  • Four men drowned and Staines and the other man were only rescued after four hours.
  • Cook moved on to Staines Town, where he stayed for two seasons.
  • Now Staines marks the spot where this road crossed the river. Cited from The Historic Thames, by Hilaire Belloc
  • Staines was set free on bail and continued to use the line.
  • Staines is on the point where the north bank moves from east to north and has always been its site but the exact position has changed.
  • We had decided to sleep on board that night, and we had either to lay up just about there, or go on past Staines. Cited from Three Men in a Boat, by Jerome K. Jerome
  • Four men drowned, and Staines and the sixth man were only rescued after four hours.
  • You measure their numbers at ten thousand, Staines? Cited from Oliver Cromwell, by John Drinkwater
  • Before leaving England, he paid a visit to Staines. Cited from Memoir and Diary of John Yeardley, Minister of the Gospel,John Yeardley
  • The club and boat house is situated on the southern bank of the river at Staines-upon-Thames.
  • In freedom, Judge Staines learned to read and became a Christian.
  • The existing Staines station would have an additional platform built instead on the relevant arc.
  • Immense reservoirs have been made near Staines, and others are being added close to the London river. Cited from The Naturalist on the Thames, by C. J. Cornish
  • The river is built up on both sides after the lock and passes through Staines-upon-Thames.
  • The following month he was loaned to Staines Town until the end of the season, on a youth contract.
  • The school is located near Staines, which has a cinema, shops, as well as a train station.
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Root form of staines is stain for the verb.

Meaning of Staines

  • verb Color with a liquid dye or tint
    Stain this table a beautiful walnut color, people knew how to stain glass a beautiful blue in the middle ages
  • verb Produce or leave stains
    Red wine stains the table cloth
  • verb Color for microscopic study
    The laboratory worker dyed the specimen