Wolds


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Wolds

 (wōldz)
A range of chalk hills in northeast England along both banks of the Humber River.

Wolds

(wəʊldz)
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(Placename) the Wolds a range of chalk hills in NE England: consists of the Yorkshire Wolds to the north, separated from the Lincolnshire Wolds by the Humber estuary
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Well, then, you must know," continued the young man, "this morning that famous student-shepherd called Chrysostom died, and it is rumoured that he died of love for that devil of a village girl the daughter of Guillermo the Rich, she that wanders about the wolds here in the dress of a shepherdess.
Crowds are scattering backward, and the sky is beginning to redden over the Yorkshire wolds.
Then turning to Ulysses he said, "Stranger, will you work as a servant, if I send you to the wolds and see that you are well paid?
But it's no matter; he should not shut up my path if he were fifty baronets melted into one and living in a hundred Chesney Wolds, one within another, like the ivory balls in a Chinese carving.
Glegg, who felt that Susan was getting "like the rest," and there would soon be little of the true Dodson spirit surviving except in herself, and, it might be hoped, in those nephews who supported the Dodson name on the family land, far away in the Wolds.
Residents in Willoughby on the Wolds have been given a huge thank you by Family Care and the organisation that it supports for donating toys for their Christmas appeal.
Contract:In order to address heritage at risk issues and to leave a lasting legacy for the communities who live, work, pass through and have an interest in the yorkshire wolds and its stories, historic england and partners wish to understand how and where to focus activity and resources to maximise the archaeological heritage of this unique landscape.
But many more in our area are not, also none in the Yorkshire Wolds, Cotswolds, Warwickshire, Cheddar Gorge and many others.
The plane burst in to flames after crashing in to a field off Wolds Lane, just outside Wolvey, on Thursday afternoon.
The aircraft crashed near Wolds Lane, just outside Wolvey in Warwickshire, at around 4pm yesterday.
A spokesman for Asda said: "Green beans and broad beans are used to show the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Wolds, asparagus mimics the region's many trees and cauliflower is used to create the woolly livestock that Yorkshire is well known for.
A werewolf called Old Stinker is also believed to roam the nearby Wolds.