Rydal


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Rydal

(ˈraɪdəl)
n
(Placename) a village in NW England, in Cumbria on Rydal Water (a small lake). Rydal Mount, home of Wordsworth from 1813 to 1850, is situated here
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Children were born, friends died, and once or twice the Wordsworths changed their house until they finally settled at Rydal Mount, and there the poet remained for the rest of his long life.
Here Wordsworth lived frugally for several years; then after intermediate changes he took up his final residence in a larger house, Rydal Mount, a few miles away.
The victim, aged 15, was taken to hospital after receiving slash wounds to his upper arm, and a head injury, in Rydal Street, off Breck Road, at around 4pm yesterday, according to police.
The victim, aged 15, was air-lifted to hospital after receiving slash wounds to his upper arm, and a head injury, in Rydal Street, off Breck Road, at around 4pm yesterday, according to police.
It follows the death of Michael Phillips on June 10 at a terraced house on Rydal Street.
HUNDREDS of pounds were raised by the Rydal Penrhos family for a national charity in memory of a former pupil.
Police were called to Rydal Way, at the junction of Fox Hollies Road and Stratford Road, in Hall Green, on Wednesday night, where they discovered the woman in her 80s.
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AMERICAN businessman Chester MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen) and younger wife Colette (Kirsten Dunst) visit the Acropolis, where they catch the eye of Greek-speaking guide Rydal (Oscar Isaac), who scams unsuspecting tourists out of hard-earned cash.
THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY (12) AMERICAN businessman Chester MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen) and younger wife Colette (Kirsten Dunst) visit the Acropolis, where they catch the eye of Greek-speaking guide Rydal (Oscar Isaac), who scams unsuspecting tourists out of hard-earned cash.
At the end of the night, Rydal discovers Colette has mislaid a possession on the back seat of his taxi, so he speeds back to the MacFarlands' exclusive hotel and unexpectedly walks in on Chester moving the seemingly unconscious body of a man (David Warshofsky) into another room.