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Kent

(kent),
Albert F.S., English physiologist, 1863-1958. See: Kent bundle, Kent-His bundle.
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The simplest of meals can now be spiced up with the savoury delights of a Garden of England chutney, turning the mundane into something mouthwatering and the dull into something delicious.
Sheep grazed in nearby fields and roses abounded - we were deep in the heart of the garden of England on a beautiful summer's day.
SEE and enjoy the charming Garden of England on this attractive and great-value summertime break.
Great Value Travel Offers CRUI SE SALE SAVE UP TO32 %* SE CRUI SALE 11 days NOW from PS839 Grand British Isles Truly Wonderful Value cruise from Hull On board MV Discovery Departs 26 March 2014 This hugely enjoyable circumnavigation of our sceptred isle includes the island outposts of Shetland, Mull, Guernsey and the Scillies, as well as calls at remote Scottish outpost Scrabster, the great cities of Edinburgh, Belfast and Dublin and an inaugural visit to historic Dover, gateway to the beautiful Garden of England.
the uS-based englishman turns into a hacker when he sets sight on these links in the Garden of england.
FLOWER power made the Garden of England wilt in the Lord's heat - and planted the Friends Provident Trophy into happy Essex hands.
PLANTING VINES: The Garden of England could become the Vineyard of England; DAYS NUMBERED?
Since Cazalet's death in 1973 only two horses trained in the Garden of England have won any race at the Cheltenham Festival: Barmer for Charing-based Robin Blakeney in the 1976 National Hunt Handicap Chase, and Certain Light for Ashford's Jean Campbell in the 1988 Foxhunter Chase.
Garden of England, who have 125 years of preserving expertise, have created a range of chutneys that capture the very essence of England's finest fruits and vegetables and have then given them a creative twist to tantalise the tastebuds.
With six days to explore the so-called Garden of England, a trip to the mother church of the Anglican Communion was a must.
And that still holds true today: There are still many parts of Kent for which the county should retain its rightful title of the Garden of England.