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Tweed

(twēd),
Charles H., U.S. orthodontist, 1895-1970. See: Tweed edgewise treatment, Tweed triangle.
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The River Tweed and its tributaries offers some of the best fishing in Scotland.
The River Tweed where the secretive and nocturnal otter takes advantage of the bankside and tree-root holes.
We have explained that the reason for the water quality failure is not due to Northumbrian Water's sewage system but that the EA and Northumberland County Council agree the reason for the failure is water flowing out of the River Tweed and across the beach.
Storey was hailed a hero after saving a woman from drowning in the near-freezing River Tweed.
Travel will be paid for and you will get a full day's salmon fishing experience on the River Tweed - with a personal guide and all your equipment included.
I first saw the Berwick swans back in the 1990s and seeing a group of them together is a truly beautiful site on the river Tweed.
Shares in a syndicate which fishes the River Tweed in Northumberland, popular with Robson Green and Chris Tarrant, are being offered for sale.
WANDER along the banks of the River Tweed when you stay at Ednam House, Kelso.
The first of the series, on the River Tweed, was the Berwick Long Distance Sculls.
Crossing the River Tweed between Berwick and Tweedmouth, the Royal Border Bridge was constructed between 1847 and 1850 to the design of Robert Stephenson, and was a key component in Britain's expanding railway system, linking London to Edinburgh.
The drive in itself was a joy as we journeyed into the heart of Scotland's Border country to our destination, set on the banks of the River Tweed.
The River Tweed has now fallen in line with English and Welsh rivers with the Commissioners imposing a Conservation ban on the taking of any salmon or grilse until after June 30.