Tyne


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Tyne

 (tīn)
A river, about 100 km (60 mi) long, of northern England flowing eastward to the North Sea.

Tyne

(taɪn)
n
(Placename) a river in N England, flowing east to the North Sea. Length: 48 km (30 miles)

tyne

(taɪn)

n. Chiefly Brit.

Tyne

(taɪn)

n.
a river in NE England, in Northumberland, flowing E into the North Sea. ab. 30 mi. (48 km) long.
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Noun1.tyne - a river in northern England that flows east to the North SeaTyne - a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea
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And now our readers must leave the Standard to sail peaceably, not toward London, where D'Artagnan and Porthos believed they were going, but to Durham, whither Mordaunt had been ordered to repair by the letter he had received during his sojourn at Boulogne, and accompany us to the royalist camp, on this side of the Tyne, near Newcastle.
To cross the Tyne, reach Scotland and rejoin Lord Montrose, who will not sell you.
Let your majesty mount on horseback and place yourself in the midst of us; we will cross the Tyne, reach Scotland, and you will be saved.
But Athos was standing with his eyes fixed on a black line which bordered the banks of the Tyne and seemed to extend double the length of the camp.
It is this, sir," said the king, angrily, "that General Cromwell has reached Newcastle; that you knew it and I was not informed of it; that the enemy have left the town and are now closing the passages of the Tyne against us; that our sentinels have seen this movement and I have been left unacquainted with it; that, by an infamous treaty you have sold me for two hundred thousand pounds to Parliament.
In this it differs from Liverpool, from Cardiff, from Newcastle, from Glasgow; and therein the Thames differs from the Mersey, from the Tyne, from the Clyde.
Tyne to Bankok; coals; put back to Falmouth leaky and with crew refusing duty.
Yes, bonny wee thing, I'll wear you in my bosom, lest my jewel I should tyne.
We asked for your best Tyne Bridge photos & proud selfies to mark 90 years since the iconic Newcastle Gateshead link was completed .
Gateshead, Tyne and Wear) Ms Judith Doyle, principal and chief executive officer, Gateshead College - for services to Education and Skills in the North East.
VISITORS to the banks of the Tyne can now listen in to the story of how the river has been reborn.