West Country


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West Country

the. the southwest of England, esp Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset
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I'm not saying dump him and go and live in the West Country, but think about what you want and, if it's your money, then you should have a say.
Ken McCall, Managing Director, Europcar UK Group said, Our new service at Bristol Temple Meads railway station means that visitors to the region can get more out of their stay, so their trip to the West Country can be anything but a brief encounter.
The West Country truly has an event to be proud of in the Taste of the Awards.
And - I swear this is true - I came out of my coma talking in her West Country accent.
I was getting ready to do him West Country then I thought: 'Everyone does him West Country
If West Country beef and lamb were given Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status by the European Commission, retail packs of meats from the region could be "badged up" and promoted on the basis of the "unique rearing environment" they come from, said producer organisation Meat South West.
Looking back, I think the explanation for my erroneous use of "brazen bit" is to be found in Tubby's West Country accent.
Dripping with diamonds at the London launch, Stone said: "I'm the first Bond girl from the West Country - instead of Martini in my glass I'm drinking cider and nobody will ever know.
The band - noted for performing with twine around their trousers - said: "We are all very upset that scrumpy cider, being one of the few pleasures that we cherish down here on the farm in the West Country, is being hit by such a tax rise.
JAMES Morrison has revealed he is looking forward to returning to his West Country roots next month.
A West Country based business that is one of the market leaders in its niche of providing specialist mechanical equipment to buildings in both the commercial and public sectors.

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