Chiltern Hills

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Chil·tern Hills

 (chĭl′tərn)
A range of chalk hills in south-central England northeast of the upper Thames River.

Chiltern Hills

(ˈtʃɪltən)
pl n
(Placename) a range of low chalk hills in SE England extending northwards from the Thames valley. Highest point: 260 m (852 ft)
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Though its contours were slight, there was a touch of freedom in their sweep to which Surrey will never attain, and the distant brow of the Chilterns towered like a mountain.
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HAROLD } Footmen LADY CHILTERN LADY MARKBY THE COUNTESS OF BASILDON MRS.
Having found out the clue to that great mystery how people can contrive to live beyond their means, and having over-jobbed his jobberies as legislator deputed to the Universe by the pure electors of Pocket-Breaches, it shall come to pass next week that Veneering will accept the Chiltern Hundreds, that the legal gentleman in Britannia's confidence will again accept the Pocket- Breaches Thousands, and that the Veneerings will retire to Calais, there to live on Mrs Veneering's diamonds (in which Mr Veneering, as a good husband, has from time to time invested considerable sums), and to relate to Neptune and others, how that, before Veneering retired from Parliament, the House of Commons was composed of himself and the six hundred and fifty-seven dearest and oldest friends he had in the world.
So it ended by my accepting, and I went down to Chiltern Grange, about six miles from Farnham.
The road from Chiltern Grange is a lonely one, and at one spot it is particularly so, for it lies for over a mile between Charlington Heath upon one side and the woods which lie round Charlington Hall upon the other.
The two organizations have been working together for 10 years to deliver world-class clinical development services to Chilterns broad customer base via the Medidata Clinical Cloud.
A Chilterns spokesman said: "The train was halted at the station," she said.
A 15-MILE tunnel could be built for the planned new high-speed rail line to protect the treasured landscape of the Chilterns, a study has found.
This latest news is further testament to Chilterns ability to consistently deliver a superior service within a highly competitive 'foodservice sector' where attention to detail and flexibility of operation is essential.
Four existing members of the Cotswolds Conservation Board and three existing members of the Chilterns Conservation Board have also been re-appointed for terms ranging from one year to three years:
Chilterns extensive transport fleet offers groupage for both frozen and chill across the UK and Europe.