ridgeway


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ridgeway

(ˈrɪdʒˌweɪ)
n
(Human Geography) Brit a road or track along a ridge, esp one of great antiquity
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ridgeway

[ˈrɪdʒweɪ] Nruta f de las crestas
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Passing along the Ridgeway to the west for about a mile, we come to a little clump of young beech and firs, with a growth of thorn and privet underwood.
Passing along the Ridgeway to the east, we soon come to cultivated land.
why, I was that scared I dasn't hardly go to bed, or get up, or lay down, or SET down, Sister Ridgeway.
Ridgeway converted to Catholicism after her marriage and was devout for many years until she learned of allegations that a priest had sexually abused Diane Ruhl, her daughter-in-law, Ruhl said.
Ridgeway School, a special educational needs school, has now earned the 360degsafe Online Safety Mark.
The Ridgeway follows the fence on the right before climbing up to Steps Hill.
Julian Mark Ridgeway, 54, "groomed" the seven-year-old horse who, a court heard, had "never been covered by a stallion", in her stall on a West Yorkshire farm.
Greg Ridgeway, an associate professor of criminology and statistics at the University of Pennsylvania, and Beau Kilmer of the RAND Corporation teamed up to conduct the research, which Ridgeway said may at first seem like a strange undertaking.
GOALDEN BOY Ridgeway captain Ruairi O'Hare puts Rovers in the driving seat in the weekend's U15 Cup Final
In 2013, South Tyneside College, as South Tyneside Academy Trust, became sponsor to Ridgeway Primary School in South Shields.
RIDGEWAY HIGH SCHOOL IT has been another year of fantastic results for Ridgeway High School, with every child achieving well in the new, more rigorous and demanding GCSEs.
WELSH national treasure Chris Ridgeway is going solo for his forthcoming gig at Maesgeirchen Social Club in Bangor on Friday, December 20.