prawle

prawle

(prɔːl)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) not standard a brawl
[C16: coined by Shakespeare in Henry V (1598) to indicate that the speaker is Welsh]
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YO-HO-HOME FROM HOME: If spending Christmas in your very own pub sounds like bliss, take over Providence Inn at East Prawle for the week.
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uk 3 THE COASTAL COTTAGE ESCAPE to stunning South Devon and stay at Langerstone cottage in East Prawle.
The headland village of Fast Prawle is a favourite starting point on the South West Coast Path.
The parish council in East Prawle is building a 2ft podium for them to use, as its against the idea of installing a mast.
Users in East Prawle, Devon's most southerly village, have discovered that calls can only be made in that spot if they are two feet off the ground.
Parish councillors in East Prawle, South Devon, (pop 200) insist the pounds 100 podium is the only option as locals don't want phone masts.
A major air and sea rescue operation was launched after red flares were spotted by a merchant vessel seven miles off Prawle Point, near Salcombe, south Devon, said the Ministry of Defence.
Runner-up Jennie Bond, meanwhile, got a hero's welcome when she returned to her local village pub, The Pig's Nose at East Prawle, South Devon.
Meanwhile the Radford duo of Irene and John Brown were very much in the money for their efforts with the former stealing the glory as she had to take over from her husband, who was hospitalised, for the East Prawle race and their top bird came home in style to lift prize money of pounds 230.
Users in East Prawle, Devon's most southerly village, have discovered calls can only be made in that place if they are two feet off the ground.