Coldstream


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Coldstream

(ˈkəʊldˌstriːm)
n
(Placename) a town in SE Scotland, in Scottish Borders on the English border: the Coldstream Guards were formed here (1660). Pop: 1813 (2001)
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Monk, always circumspect, stopped where he was, and placed his general quarters at Coldstream, on the Tweed.
As to Monk, if he had had to reflect, or if he did reflect, it must have been after a sad fashion, for history relates -- and that modest dame, it is well known, never lies -- history relates, that the day of his arrival at Coldstream search was made in vain throughout the place for a single sheep.
The Scotch, their distribution of barley being made, cared very little whether there was or was not any meat in Coldstream.
Monk ordered search to be made; his scouts had on arriving in the place found it deserted and the cupboards empty; upon butchers and bakers it was of no use depending in Coldstream.
Do you know a man named Delaney in the Coldstream Guards?
The next day it came out in the evening papers that Private Miles, of the Coldstream Guards, on duty outside Marlborough House, had deserted his post without leave, and was therefore courtmartialed.
COLDSTREAM WE hopped across the border one afternoon to the small town of Coldstream, which lies on the north side of the River Tweed.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting a proposal to pipe recycled water to wine makers in the Coldstream and Gruyere area, to secure their water supply and help them produce more wine.
The answer is William Coldstream, who hails from Belford, and the film is The King's Stamp, made in 1935 - the year after he joined the pioneering General Post Office (GPO) Film Unit.
7 April 2017 - Washington, US-based wealth adviser Coldstream Holdings, Inc has closed a merger with Washington, US-based investment advisory and mid-market business consulting services firm The Rainier Group, Inc.
One of the most bizarre episodes of the Great War unfolded on September 15, 1916, a mist-cloaked morning that saw Vaughan Campbell's 3rd battalion Coldstream Guards tasked with attacking the Ginchy-Les Bouefs plateau on the Somme.
The 20-year-old, who served with the Coldstream Guards, was hit by a car in Reigate, Surrey, at 2am.