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n.1.A claw.
1.(Zool.) The redshank.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"The Sportive route is well-signed and marshalled and will journey over mostly quiet country lanes as well as through the impressive historical market town of Ludlow, including some magnificent views from Whitcliffe over Ludlow Castle and St Laurence's Church with a back drop of the Clee Hills. There will be a mobile bike mechanic and First Aid Responder along with a following broom wagon too.
The SPAShell has four treatment rooms - which can combine to create two couples rooms - a steam room and sauna, plus an outdoor Cedar hot tub from which you can gaze at the Clee Hills.
Built elsewhere and lowered in by crane, the SPAShell boasts four treatment rooms - they can combine to create two couples rooms - a steam room and sauna, and an outdoor Cedar hot tub l from which you can gaze at the Clee Hills.
Marta then braved a four-day expedition in the wild, firstly practising in the Clee Hills and Peak District, and finally qualifying in Dartmoor, as well as completing a week of classical civilisation and ancient history summer school.
The walk starts at the Shropshire Hills, visiting Long Mynd, Stipperstones, Wenlock Edge, Clun Valley and the Clee Hills - finishing back at the Malvern Hills.
The town is in a sheltered spot beneath the Clee Hills which are clearly visible from the town.
IONCE went to view a house near the Clee Hills in Shropshire with a view to moving into the most ravishing panorama on Earth.
Snuggled into the lee of the Clee Hills, this is ancient small-field country, a slice of rural England changed little more in a thousand years than the beaks of eagles.
Homes Writer WHEN you have more than eight acres of land to enjoy, views of the Clee Hills, Bredon Hill and the Malverns, and adjoining land is owned by the National Trust, there's every chance you may never want to head to a city again.
Despite its natural beauty, the Clee Hills have a long industrial heritage - mainly quarrying which continues to this day - as well as a wide selection of wildlife, including birds such as peregrine falcons and woodchat shrikes, and is popular with hill-walkers.
Therefore, they will be easily visible from Snowdonia and the Wrekin and Clee Hills of Shropshire.
It took in country lanes, towns, motorways and steep ascents over the Clee Hills and Fish Hill near Broadway in Worcestershire.