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rambler

a weak-stemmed plant, esp any of various cultivated hybrid roses that straggle over other vegetation

rambler

A one-story dwelling; a ranch house.
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The next Monklands Ramblers monthly midweek walk will be from Coatbridge to Clarkson today.
The Ramblers won the national championship in 1963, and they still were a program that was known in '85.
The ScotPulse research of 1444 people was commissioned by Ramblers Scotland.
Get out and about on a fun walking festival WHACK on those walking boots because the Ramblers Association is ready to get everyone out and about with its annual Festival of Winter Walks.
Byline: STUART MACONIE Writer and President of The Ramblers
DISABLED ramblers went to the rescue of an injured walker - towing him to safety using a mobility scooter.
Ramblers presence and operational expertise in Newfoundland is a huge asset to Maritime as we continue to move the Hammerdown project forward.
The Ramblers explores the lives of three lost souls, bound together by friendship and family.
Firstly, there is a postcard view of a group of ramblers with the words 'Easter Ramble 1954, Delamere Forest'.
Across Britain, ramblers groups are busy organising a fortnight of walks exploring our wintery landscapes.
THE Colne Valley has plenty of places to walk - and its MP heard about more from ramblers.
uk 3 Ramblers group walk, Sunday, From Pengwern Vale, Llangollen, 10am A 6' miles walk organised by the Ramblers' Association, enjoying the local countryside and wildlife.