beauty spot


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beauty spot

a mole or other similar natural mark on the skin
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Lochnagar is not the first Scottish beauty spot to be blighted by visitors' rubbish.
Halifax Fire Station watch commander Simon Moore said two appliances raced to the popular beauty spot at 9.
And angry mums say the handout has increased the number of homosexuals who haunt the beauty spots.
Sgt Carl Paskin said: "Historically the majority of victims of vehicle crime at the beauty spots are visitors from the Birmingham or Black Country areas and we want to make them aware as prevention is definitely better than cure.
The cable lines snake along the beauty spot and reach almost as far as the famous lighthouse overlooking the Irish Sea.
FOREST chiefs are going batty over the vibrant wildlife in a nearby beauty spot.
We want them to respect the beauty spot they are visiting -park in one of the car parks, observe the countryside code, not light fires or camp and take their rubbish home.
ENVIRONMENT experts met to discuss the aftermath of a massive landslide along a World Heritage beauty spot yesterday.
A DOG owner told yesterday how her pet survived after falling more than 160 feet down a cliff at a coastal beauty spot.
A GREEN MSP is being probed after hundreds of his leaflets were found half-burned and dumped at a beauty spot.
BEAUTY SPOT 1 As the New Year unfolds, make sure you start 2004 as you mean to go on with a customised skin set to suit your skin type.