Salopian


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Salopian

(səˈləʊpjən)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Shropshire
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Shropshire or its inhabitants
[from Salop, a former name of Shropshire]
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THE POST OFFICE VAULTS GOOD PUB GUIDE VERDICT: Two entrances to this simple downstairs bar with 13 interesting ciders/perries, eight real ales including Hobsons and Salopian and over 300 international bottled beers.
While 18th and 19th century regional newspapers, such as the Salopian or the Bath Chronicle, contain a wealth of local stories, advertisements, and obituaries.
Ram Lambs - 13,000gns Solwaybank, 1,600gns Landale, 700gns Thornfleet, 500gns Salopian and Landale, 450gns Thornfleet and Solwaybank, 400gns Solwaybank, 380gns Stonedge, 350gns Landale and Fronfraith.
A Canary B Owl C Eagle D Rook QUESTION 8 - for 8 points: A Salopian is a native of which English county?
There will be drinks to celebrate his life at the Salopian Star Market Drayton following his service.
The scrumptious Salopian Oracle and Hobson's Mild are mainstays alongside six ever-changing guests, plus a changing roster of 13 traditional ciders and perries.
Serving real ales from across the UK, the Boars Head has everything from light Oakham ales to current flavour of the month Salopian Brewery's Treasure Trove ale on tap.
He died worth a little under [pounds sterling]2000; LRO B/C/11 Thomas Higgins (1804); Salopian Journal, 7 Dec.
Jeremy Lamond said: "Caughley is well known for several blue and white patterns, such as the Fisherman and Cormorant or Pleasure Boat, the Temple, Pagoda and various French influence Salopian Sprigs designs.
Shropshire Customs', Salopian Shreds and Patches, 7 (4 November): 109.
Private Eye was founded by four old boys of Shrewsbury School--Christopher Booker (editor 1961-63), Paul Foot (nephew of the politician Michael Foot), Richard Ingrams (editor 1963-87) and Willie Rushton, all of whom had worked on the school magazine, The Salopian.