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amble

a slower, non-racing version of pace gait in horses.

broken amble
has many characteristics of the amble but there are four beats to the gait with each foot contacting the ground independently. Called also single-foot.
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Julia, who is director of Amble Development Trust, and her team are preparing to shout about their town's and the wider Northumberland coast's fishy credentials.
Amble has been named as winner of the coastal community award in the Great British High Street honours Tim McGuinness
Media contact: Emily Kinskey, Marketing Manager, Amble Resorts, ekk@amble.
But Amble Speedy, towards the rear for most of the trip, arrived with a well-timed challenge approaching the final fence.
Emerging markets are frequently neglected by mainstream travel sites," says Benjamin Loomis, Founder and President of Amble Resorts.
Amble is in the final in a category of the Great British High Street Competition
Ryton and Amble played out a fantastic game, Amble taking a early lead but Ryton equalising with only two minutes to go.
Choosing the top 10 candidates will not be an easy feat for the judges at Amble Resorts.
The event sees Amble packed out every year and this time around it was geared up for an extra influx of visitors keen to attend its first auction.
My grandparents had a caravan (still do) at Amble and I spent every summer of my childhood there.
By launching this contest, Amble Resorts is encouraging 2012 New Years' resolutions to explore the world in search of adventure and immersion in place.
They feature brilliant archive pictures not just of Amble, but of near-by places like Warkworth, Chevington, Broomhill, Red Row, Hauxley, Shilbottle, Seahouses, Craster, Beadnell, Alnmouth, Radcliffe, Chevington, Red Row and Acklington.