Blyth


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Blyth

(blaɪð)
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(Placename) a port in N England, in SE Northumberland, on the North Sea. Pop: 35 691 (2001)

Blyth

(blaɪð)
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(Biography) Sir Chay (tʃeɪ). born 1940, British yachtsman. He sailed round the world alone (1970–71) and won many races
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In the good town of Blyth there lived a stout tanner, celebrated far and near for feats of strength and many tough bouts at wrestling and the quarterstaff.
At the dawn of the same day that Little John left the inn, he started from Nottingham, homeward for Blyth. His way led, all in the dewy morn, past the verge of Sherwood Forest, where the birds were welcoming the lovely day with a great and merry jubilee.
Blyth, on the habits, voice, and constitution, &c., of the humped Indian cattle, that these had descended from a different aboriginal stock from our European cattle; and several competent judges believe that these latter have had more than one wild parent.
My purpose was to have dined to-day at Blyth or Doncaster; but nothing matters greatly."
The scheme gives local authorities the chance to recognise the achievements of its residents and in Blyth, Northumberland, the latest recipient is footballer Bella Reay.
The blue plaque was unveiled by Blyth Town Council's Mayor, Coun Adrian Cartie, and Blyth Spartans' club chairman Tony Platten.
Bella, who played centre-forwardfor Blyth Spartans and England between 1917 and 1919, scored an amazing 133 goals in just one season.
Toni Blyth attacked Danielle Moreland in an alley near the former Royal Bank of Scotland in Murray Place, Stirling.
"Blyth is a pioneer in home fragrance with well-established brands and extreme customer loyalty," said Carlyle Managing Director David Stonehill."We expect Carlyle's deep experience in global consumer businesses will help drive Blyth's product innovation and growth goals.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 31, 2015-The Carlyle Group to Buy US Candle Maker Blyth for USD 98m
COLWYN BAY 0 BLYTH SPARTANS 2 COLWYN BAY produced their worst performance of the season to lose to the Conference North bottom club Blyth.
BOB FAULKNER says Solihull Moors will relish the chance to steal a little limelight from FA Cup giant-killers Blyth Spartans today.