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wold

Chiefly literary a tract of open rolling country, esp upland
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There may be a world beyond Chesney Wold that I don't understand.
But he said that he and the other young gentleman came from London only last night by the mail, on business at the magistrates' meeting, ten miles off, this morning, and that as their business was soon over, and they had heard a great deal said of Chesney Wold, and really didn't know what to do with themselves, they had come through the wet to see it.
Even the long drawing-room of Chesney Wold cannot revive Mr.
She seats herself in a large chair by the fast-darkening window and tells them: "In the wicked days, my dears, of King Charles the First--I mean, of course, in the wicked days of the rebels who leagued themselves against that excellent king--Sir Morbury Dedlock was the owner of Chesney Wold.
When the Dedlocks were about to ride out from Chesney Wold in the king's cause, she is supposed to have more than once stolen down into the stables in the dead of night and lamed their horses; and the story is that once at such an hour, her husband saw her gliding down the stairs and followed her into the stall where his own favourite horse stood.
Disgrace never comes to Chesney Wold," returns the housekeeper.
Sgt Wold is helping to repair the electrics in the UK field hospital that has been set up as part of the UK project in Sierra Leone.
The degree of risk in that area, due to the rock fall and ice fall that's continuously coming down from that cliff onto the area where the fall ended, we cannot put anybody on the ground,'' Wold said.
It's inconceivable that anyone survived that" fall, Wold said.
We want our parks to be safe for everybody, both the public and city staff," Wold said.
I've known Ian for years through owning horses and having runners at Beverley, and Wold Construction has sponsored on our Journal ladies' day for several years.
He gave up the stage more than once to the supporting musicians, his guitarist son Paul Wold and double bassist Amy LaVere.