wintertide


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win•ter•tide

(ˈwɪn tərˌtaɪd)

n.
wintertime.
[before 900]
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Everyone is quiet and happy, for God has blessed us with a bounteous harvest, and we know that there will be abundance of food for the wintertide.
So this Wintertide, make sure your pets avoid the following Christmas treats:
Tomorrow night, the Oxfordshire singer-songwriter Thea Gilmore brings her Wintertide show to Hall 2.
50; Friday Night Live feat Big Licks, Katie Coleman, Let My People Go - Fountain, Ormesby FREE; UK Subs, Last Rough Cause - Forum, Darlington pounds 8; Undertones - Inside Out, Darlington pounds 16; Thea Gilmore's Wintertide - ARC, Stockton pounds 16.
It was not so colourful a life when the then eight-year-old continued a barren spell of more than two years away from the winner's enclosure when he was beaten by Wintertide in a three-mile handicap hurdle for Mary Reveley here last April.
Jimmy Brown, owner of the Mann-trained pair Slyboots and Wintertide, added: "I fully support the action that has been taken.
Harris, aged 35 and rider of smart hunter chaser County Derry, took up the running three out and soon had the race in safe keeping as Chief Witness galloped clear on the run-in to beat Wintertide and Fork Lightning by four lengths and a neck.
Wintertide is obviously well-regarded by his connections who have seen fit to enter him in the Royal & SunAlliance Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival and if he is to go there he should take the ladbrokes.
TOP TIP: Wintertide; DOUBLE: Wintertide and Only One Legend.
Charlie Mann threw Wintertide in at the deep end when taking on Lord Sam and company at Kempton.
Fallon insisted he never had any thoughts of quitting the saddle after dismounting from Wintertide, his first ride in Britain since injuring his left shoulder last June,
The tunesmith is hosting her own Wintertide at ARC.