hithe


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hithe

(haɪð) or

hythe

n
1. (Human Geography) archaic Brit a small harbour or landing-place
2. (Historical Terms) archaic Brit a small harbour or landing-place
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Worboys sold his home in Rother hithe, South East London, and a place in Harpenden, Herts, after he was jailed.
But confidence is hithe Thigh in the camp that they have hit form at the right time.
I would note a few concerns ranging from the pedantic--Englishmen's "blue boar" (160) for example is in the Spitalfields, not Queen Hithe (40)--to the fairly significant.
Trefnu i'w dalu wedi i mi ddod adre, a chwarae teg i Gwyn, aeth o a'r crysau at fy chwaer yn y Parc, ac mi ddoth hithe a nhw heibio ar ei ffordd i nol bwyd Indiaidd o dre (roedd yr hen ffliw 'na yn golygu mai aros adre i ddathlu fydden nhw).
DuRoss, Brian Finneran, Sarah Hithe, Katharine White, Richard J.
Sylmar remained within striking distance at 9-9 in the third, before Taft recorded 12 of the next 15points behind the serving of Wilson and Tai Hithe.
He was walking to the shops in Easterhouse, Glasgow, with older brother Brian, 13, on Wednesday night when he was hitHe is thought to have been struck with an airgun pellet seconds after a 34--year-old firefighter, tackling a blaze near Andrew's home, was shot.
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Mi fyddai sawl mam wedi blingo'i mab am wneud ffasiwn beth, ond mab ei fam oedd Aled yn amlwg; gwenu a rhannu'r grefi'n glen wnaeth hithe.