Blyth


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Blyth

(blaɪð)
n
(Placename) a port in N England, in SE Northumberland, on the North Sea. Pop: 35 691 (2001)

Blyth

(blaɪð)
n
(Biography) Sir Chay (tʃeɪ). born 1940, British yachtsman. He sailed round the world alone (1970–71) and won many races
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In the good town of Blyth there lived a stout tanner, celebrated far and near for feats of strength and many tough bouts at wrestling and the quarterstaff.
At the dawn of the same day that Little John left the inn, he started from Nottingham, homeward for Blyth.
My purpose was to have dined to-day at Blyth or Doncaster; but nothing matters greatly.
Blyth can trace its origins back to the 1100s when monks from Morpeth began exporting salt from here.
Blyth Lighthouse sits at the end of the east pier in Blyth and has been given a PS20,000 makeover.
The Goergen family had controlled Blyth for nearly 40 years.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 31, 2015-The Carlyle Group to Buy US Candle Maker Blyth for USD 98m
COLWYN BAY 0 BLYTH SPARTANS 2 COLWYN BAY produced their worst performance of the season to lose to the Conference North bottom club Blyth.
BOB FAULKNER says Solihull Moors will relish the chance to steal a little limelight from FA Cup giant-killers Blyth Spartans today.
In a country with the most privileged women in generations, Blyth believes that today's liberal media is leading women astray for its collective political agenda.
JOHN BLYTH is on his way to the Philippines to eat little more than rice and greens for days on end and he could not be happier about it.
Father-of-three Malcolm Blyth, 49, was bringing his pounds 80,000 boat back to Scotland on her maiden voyage from Denmark when he hit massive waves in 55mph winds.