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stob

A small post, as one of the uprights in fencing.
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Indeed, it was one of those magical mornings--until an unseen stob changed the trajectory of my arrow.
As well as safeguarding the future of Rowantree Stob, HLS grant funding at South Pry Farm will also help maintain habitats that support many important local wildlife species," said Rob Aubrook, North East regional director of Natural England.
Stob Coire Sgreamhach forms part of Bidean nam Bian, which lies at the southern end of the glen.
A left turn at the top of the valley took us towards the summit of Stob Coire Sgreamhach, Munro No.
But the RAF Lossiemouth crew later found his body on the south side of Stob Coire Leith - he had fallen 300ft down a cliff face.
An RAF helicopter on an exercise in the area was contacted to conduct a search of the area the woman described and, within minutes, spotted her father's body, on the south side of Stob Loire Leith.
PositionTech is excited to be a distribution partner for this expanded service, which offers a highly targeted and economical marketing program for web site owners," said James Stob, CEO of PositionTech.
My target, Stob Breac, was clear but the cold air had drained it of all colour to leave a stark black and white image of a hill that promised to take no prisoners.
The last brickworks to close was Coatham Stob Works near Eaglescliffe in the 1990s.
Rowantree Stob, in the East Allen Valley near Allendale in Northumberland, is a scheduled ancient monument which was once a fortified property, parts of which date to the 16th Century.