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mendip

[′men‚dip]
(geology)
A buried hill that is exposed as an inlier.
A coastal-plain hill that was originally an offshore island.
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A man is fighting for his life after being found with stab wounds at the scene at Mendip House,Woodberry Down Estateon Saturday night (June 29).
Wookey Hole Resort, situated in the picturesque Mendip Hills near Wells in Somerset, is one of the south west's most unique holiday destinations and world famous tourist attractions.
Contract: mendip district council - consultant for landscape character assessment
The Mendip Farmers Hunt - allegedly filmed chasing a fox with hounds in January - was at Gournay Court, West Harptree, Somerset, on Saturday.
They deal with recognised stove brands such as Esse, Town & Country, Dean Stoves, Westfire and Mendip Stoves.
The drugs, thought to be cocaine, heroin and cannabis, were found in a house in Stradbroke Road, off Mendip Road, in Wavertree, and at a Liverpool city centre apartment in Duke Street on Monday.
Fontwell THERE is always the promise of a funfair ride on the south coast but backers of Mendip Express were not expecting to watch one on the racecourse, writes Mark Storey.
Mendip Express may have been ruled out of the Grand National but with Cheltenham firmly on the agenda instead, Harry Fry will be hoping for a victorious prep run at Bangor.
MENDIP EXPRESS may only be a novice, but trainer Harry Fry is confident he can produce the goods on Coral Scottish Grand National day.
MENDIP Express could skip his intended prep run for the Cheltenham Festival at Newbury on Saturday.
The body of Jane Wiggett, who was also known as Jane Spencer, was found after police were called to her flat in Mendip Road, Whaddon, Cheltenham.