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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My purpose was to have dined to-day at Blyth or Doncaster; but nothing matters greatly.
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.
The Goergen family had controlled Blyth for nearly 40 years.
The event, hosted by Blyth RNLI took place on the town's quayside on Saturday.
announces that it is investigating potential legal claims against the board of directors of Blyth, Inc.
THE past season's on-the-field achievers were honoured at the Standard Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League's annual presentation night at the New Delaval and Newsham Social Club.
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.
Blyth has been a "flying tutor pastor" to the brotherhood, which maintains houses in the Solomons, Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea, in addition to the Philippines.
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.