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chesil

(ˈtʃɛzɪl)
n
1. (Physical Geography) small stones often found on beaches and worn by the action of the sea
2. a variety of pear that has an even skin and is green in colour
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Summary: The director of 'On Chesil Beach' spoke at an In Conversation panel after the screening of his film at Diff 2017
On Chesil Beach, Dorset, crowds revelled in watching nature's fury.
Wearing a tweed mini dress from British designer Alessandra Rich, the Irish actress, right, brought some covered-up glamour to the red carpet this week at the premiere of her new movie Chesil Beach, in London.
If you're a fan of skimming stones, then Chesil Beach is the place for you.
In the first episode, Paul visits Chesil Beach in Dorset to see Britain's greatest colony of nesting swans.
It followed a pre-programmed, 500m-long route before landing on Chesil
The RSPB said that just a handful of guillemots were recovered alive today from Chesil beach in Dorset and from Dawlish and Teignmouth in Devon.
Chesil's quickfire treble Chesil Beach Boy, trained by John Coombe and ridden by his daughter Miranda Roberts, made it a hattrick at the course in just over three weeks when beating Minella Special in the 2m handicap hurdle.
BRAND new lodges are now available for the first time at all three of Waterside Holiday Group's holiday parks - Waterside Holiday Park &Spa, Chesil Vista Holiday Park, and Osmington Holiday Park.
I'm standing on the tranquil South Dorset Ridgeway looking south across the 29-kilometre-long gravel bank of Chesil Beach--part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage area--and the English Channel on a sunny autumn day, chatting with two members of the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) team.
London, Oct 18 (ANI): The dramatic image, looking uncannily like the 'Dulux dog' was snapped by a 55-year-old man near Chesil Beach.
At less than one hundred pages, The Princess, the King, and the Anarchist is a slim novel, almost a novella, and will draw a natural comparison to Ian McEwan's On Chesil Beach.