Dartmoor


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Dartmoor

1. a moorland plateau in SW England, in SW Devon: a national park since 1951. Area: 945 sq. km (365 sq. miles)
2. a prison in SW England, on Dartmoor: England's main prison for long-term convicts
3. a small strong breed of pony, originally from Dartmoor
4. a hardy coarse-woolled breed of sheep originally from Dartmoor
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We have had a charming little breath of your beautiful Dartmoor air.
We had the corner of a Pullman car to ourselves that evening as we whirled back to London, and I fancy that the journey was a short one to Colonel Ross as well as to myself, as we listened to our companion's narrative of the events which had occurred at the Dartmoor training-stables upon the Monday night, and the means by which he had unravelled them.
A cancellation notice is posted on Facebook from The Dartmoor Union Inn in London yesterday.
It comes just days after HMP Dartmoor, where he was held, was slammed in an official report.
The pervert said he was still drawn to kids "like a magnet" since his release from Dartmoor jail.
The heated My husband Carson wants to try foraging, so Oliver's Travels finds us an expert forager who takes us hiking across Dartmoor, where we learn about natural remedy plants, wild herbs and how to make delicious sloe brandy.
02sec, while heats of an all-aged competition over the trip went to Mark Wallis's Swift Dartmoor (24.
Benjamin Mee, who bought Dartmoor Zoo in 2006, said: "There were lots of rumours.
International real estate advisor Savills, on behalf of a private client, has sold Lower Elsford Farm in Dartmoor to a private individual from a guide price of Au1.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-June 5, 2015-Santander Foundation makes donation to Dartmoor Zoological Society

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