River tern

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any tern belonging to Seëna or allied genera which frequent rivers.

See also: Tern

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Market Drayton Town Council has invested PS3,000 into its project at Walkmill Meadows, on the banks of the River Tern in the south side of the town.
St Peter's Church sits on the River Tern in Stoke-on-Tern, near Market Drayton, and has a meeting room, kitchen, bell tower and a tiled-roof porch.
1 Take cut-through on left and bear left at fork in path by cedars to join walk at side of river Tern. 2 Take path bearing right at single cedar, follow signs for deer park walk and take path through trees.
Take the cut-through on your left and bear left at the fork in the path by the cedars to join the Mile Walk along the banks of the River Tern.
One of his next tasks was to rebuild the stone aqueduct, which carried the Shrewsbury Canal over the River Tern at Longdon-on-Tern.
The River Tern, Shrops, River Sow, Staffs, and the River Leadon, Herefordshire, reached the lowest ever levels in March.
There are two bridges over the Deer Park walk which take you over the River Tern.
Points of Interest: Stone bridge over River Tern to front door of 1820-built mill.
Three of his runners, Cearnach (rated 36), Knockemback Nellie (37) and River Tern (42) prop up the bottom of the 23-runner Kerry Foodservice Handicap.
Milton Bradley has his team in good form and the Chepstow trainer can strike again with River Tern in the Summer Sprint Handicap.
JASON WEAVER warmed up for York' by riding a 314-1 hat-trick at Redcar on One Singer, River Tern and Jack The Lad.
Visitors can now hire a canoe to paddle the The River Tern as it runs through the estate's historic landscape.