Cheviots


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Noun1.Cheviots - a range of hills on the border between England and Scotland
England - a division of the United Kingdom
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
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WHILE Chaucer was making for us pictures of English life, in the sister kingdom across the rugged Cheviots another poet was singing to a ruder people.
For the next sixty-nine evenings he would be dining in cheviot and worsted at dubious
We are close to the Cheviot hills; and if you fancy there is anything to see when you look out of window, except sheep, you will find yourself woefully mistaken.
Among the best or most representative single ballads are: The Hunting of the Cheviot (otherwise called The Ancient Ballad of Chevy Chase--clearly of minstrel authorship); Sir Patrick Spens; Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne; Adam Bell, Clym of the Clough, and William of Cloudeslee; Captain Car, or Edom o' Gordon; King Estmere (though this has been somewhat altered by Bishop Percy, who had and destroyed the only surviving copy of it); Edward, Edward; Young Waters; Sweet William's Ghost; Lord Thomas and Fair Annet.
Top PS64 and PS66 each for Texels with singles from Golden Gate, Lleyn, to PS60 Dufton Wood, Greyface to PS56 High House, Hill Cheviots to PS47 Golden Gate.
In fact, if you get snow in Alnwick, you pretty much get double on the Cheviots because it's higher and colder.
Elgan had started his own |flock of North Country Cheviots
They travelled by coach to the Cheviots, by way of the Angel of the North, an iconic and inspiring structure near Newcastle.
It is the second time the partnership, JH Williams & Son, have won this award with their pedigree stock of NC Cheviots.
There weren't a lot of Cheviots in Wales when I first came to the area but they are the biggest hill breed in Britain in terms of size and they fit very well into cross breeding with Welsh ewes.
Champion North Country Cheviots were from Messrs Douglas, Whitehope, Yarrow which scaled a 52 kilos and realised PS102 to M.
This will help us gain a better understanding of how the cattle grazing influences the important habitats in the Cheviots and the wildlife they support.