Malvern Hill


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Mal′vern Hill′

(ˈmæl vərn)
n.
a plateau in E Virginia: battle 1862.
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Like the slightly earlier poet of 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,' the authors belonged to the region of the Northwest Midland, near the Malvern Hills, and like him, they wrote in the Anglo-Saxon verse form, alliterative, unrimed, and in this case without stanza divisions.
Walking the Malvern Hill Ridge takes you on a journey from the high, more dramatic northern hills, which are often quite busy, to the partially wooded and more secluded southern ones.
Principal battles: Bull Run I (Manassas, Virginia) (1861); Gaines's Mill (near Richmond), Malvern Hill, South Mountain (Maryland), Antietam (1862); Gettysburg (1863); Petersburg campaign (1864-1865).
75-mile Malvern Hill Race, promoted by Worcester AC.
Protesters want to know why the Malvern Hill Conservators, who manage the 3,000 acres of rolling hills, waged a lengthy battle to close tenant Mr Redmond's St Ann's Well Cafe, a move which would have killed off a dining service renowned for its vegan fruit cake and dandelion coffee.
Malvern hills district council is inviting tenders from potential consultants for provision of a strategic housing market assessment for south worcestershire.
3 GREAT Malvern clings to the side of the ancient Malvern Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and was much loved by George Bernard Shaw and Edward Elgar.
CITY dwellers wanting to move out into some of the UK's most luxuriant countryside would do far worse than to consider a spacious and modern family home in an incredible position, with exceptional views across the Malvern Hills.
More than 100,000 passengers travelled on steam and heritage diesel trains on the railway last year, enjoying scenic views of the Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills.
Last year more than 100,000 passengers on the railway's heritage trains enjoyed views of the Cotswolds and Malvern Hills.