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Tweed

(twēd),
Charles H., U.S. orthodontist, 1895-1970. See: Tweed edgewise treatment, Tweed triangle.
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They had been asked to check the elm trees in the surrounding area and along the River Tweed following last year's sighting of the butterfly.
The seal snacking on a salmon in the River Tweed at Berwick
Since Swinton is on the far side of the River Tweed, it's technically in Scotland, but it's still a great place to explore Northumbria - and you can get some fishing in.
Graham Lee gave Jurisdiction a never-say-die ride to win the 2m61/2f novice hurdle for the five-strong River Tweed Partnership, which includes course owner Duke of Roxburghe and Ronald Barber, the course announcer.
the River Tweed meanders through the countryside near St Boswells with the Eildon Hills in the background; PANORAMIC VIEWS.
Forget that at the Peebles Health Hydro, in the lovely Scottish border country overlooking the banks of the River Tweed.
The earliest recorded problem involved a 260-foot-long footbridge constructed in 1817 across the River Tweed in Scotland.
Colleen Hindle TOP TREND: Cheeky seal spotted snacking on salmon in the River Tweed at Berwick "We seen him about 3 weeks ago, we watched him for ages.
It was through Sallyport the dead soldiers killed in the border wars between England and Scotland would have been carried before being thrown into the River Tweed.
We're judge and jury, given eyeball to eyeball testimony in the case of a man who wound up dead on the banks of the River Tweed after a fishing trip with his brother-in-law.
uk/anglesey-abbey SCOTLAND More than 50 Scottish gardens are part of the Snowdrop Festival - from the grand grounds of Blair Castle in Perthshire to the atmospheric ruins of Dryburgh Abbey on the banks of the River Tweed.
The River Tweed flows right through Peebles and there's an hour-long circular walk through a park, then along its banks and underneath Neidpath Castle.