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bodle

(ˈbɒdəl; ˈbəʊdəl)
n
a Scottish coin issued under Charles II, worth two Scots pennies or approximately one sixth of an English penny
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Especially if she were visiting India, ordering a boddle of wadd-ah?
On Simonside's western flank, between the heights of Tosson Hill and Ravensheugh, is an area of heather and blanket bog called Boddle Moss, which is one of Europe's Special Areas of Conservation.
Boddle Moss is a deep peat area that provides an important service to wildlife and the people in the Coquet Valley below Simonside.
Blanket bogs are important stores of carbon and maintaining the habitat on the flat areas on the top of the Simonside ridge and deep peat areas such as Boddle Moss and Caudhole Moss contributes to reducing the effects of climate change.
The last in a series of about 200 dams and drainage ditches, created by volunteers from Northumberland National Park Authority and Northumberland Wildlife Trust, completes a restoration project to conserve Boddle Moss.
Rebecca Marsden, 14, from Stockbridge Vllage, yesterday met PC Julian Boddle for the first time since the August rescue.
These are important stores of carbon and maintaining blanket bogs on the flat areas on the top of the Simonside ridge and deep peat areas such as Boddle Moss and Caudhole Moss contributes to reducing the effects of global warming.
Volunteers and staff have built about 200 dams on ditches at Boddle Moss in the Simonside Hills Site of Special Scientific Interest.
GREENISLAND BOYS: Dale Boddles, Brian McAllister, Daniel Kinner, Kyle Caulderwood, Morgan Lapworth, Joel Hanna, Owen Brobyn, Jack Thompson, Freddie Nicholl, Matthew Sinclair, Daniel Stevenson, Paul Gorman, Matthew Hamilton, Jason Robinson, Peter Morrow, Nathan Greer, Adam Majury, Nathan Coard.