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poppit

(ˈpɒpɪt)
n
(Jewellery) jewellery a bead that can be fastened together with other beads of the same type to form a necklace or bracelet
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Poppit Sands itself is stunning, with dunes and a wide sandy beach, but it was time for us to move on to Cilgerran Castle.
CARDI BACH SAVED AND TREASURED The Cardi Bach, like the Poppit Rocket on the Pembrokeshire side of the Teifi estuary, is the beach-to-beach bus service that helps walkers, swimmers and tourists generally to explore all the coves and cliff-top walks of this region.
Love you always from your little poppit Mollie Eva xx JACKSON LESLEY Not only my mam but also my best friend.
The Boathouse, Pembrokeshire This stylish getaway is on the Teifi Estuary in St Dogmaels, just two miles from Poppit Sands.
THE FERRY INN, POPPIT ROAD, ST DOGMAELS, CARDIGAN, PEMBROKESHIRE THE Ferry Inn is another beautiful, historic, riverside pub, but what sets it aside from others is the fact that the beer garden has its own jetty where thirsty customers arriving by boat can moore their vessels for a picturesque pint.
They were called to carry out a search for a swimmer off Poppit beach.
Audi corporate communications executive, Sean Poppit, said, 'We are delighted that the A7 Sportback has won best in category at the 2011 Australian international Design Awards.
around Wales to raise money for charity, making stops including Barafundle camp, top; Poppit Sands, Cardigan, above right; Caldey Island, below left; Rest Prestatyn, above left[bar] Photographer and kayaker Taran Tyla has completed a kayak Bay, Porthcawl, below right; before making the finishing line at
Then these parts are ejected with a variety of lifters, cams, racks, poppit valves, screws, and cylinders.
Favourite choices are Tenby's three blue flag beaches, beautiful Barafundle Bay, the appropriately-named Whitesands and the enigmatic Poppit sands.
However, researchers find that people consume the same volume of food regardless of the food's energy-density (Rolls and Barnett 2000) and that this leads to higher overall energy intakes with the consumption of energy-dense foods (Drewnowki 1995; Prentice and Poppit 1996).
Torridge); Cawsand, East Looe and Kingsand (Caradon); Porthluney (Restormel); Harlyn Bay and Mother Ivey's Bay (North Cornwall); Blue Anchor West and Minehead Terminus (West Somerset); Burnham Jetty (Sedgemoor); Swansea Bay (Swansea); Poppit Sands (Ceredigion); Abersoch, and Criccieth (Dwyfor).