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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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For the last three years customers have brought eggs from Moorhouse Farm in Amble, Northumberland, by helping themselves and leaving payment in a box outside.
Owners of the yacht marina in Amble, Northumberland, are seeking planning permission for a package of new developments aimed at attracting more visitors, supporting existing shops in the town and broadening the base of their own successful business.
In November a prison officer was held hostage for 19 hours after being overpowered by inmates at the centre near Amble, Northumberland.
I had a fantastic day at the House of Lords where I received my award from Michael Parkinson and it was great to be accompanied by my dear friend, Susan Small, who works at the Alzheimer's Society office BARBARA DOW, Amble, Northumberland
The lively lad from Amble, Northumberland, had already wrecked three beds by using them as trampolines so his stepfather George Carnegie, 31, had built him a spec- ially strong one using scaffolding poles.
Mourners flooded into St Cuthbert's Church in Amble, Northumberland, yesterday to say their final goodbyes to Edward Ide.
Amy-Lee Lorimer, four, is going to Amble First School in Amble, Northumberland.
Police and the North East Ambulance Service launched an operation after staff at James Calvert Spence Community College's Acklington Road site in Amble, Northumberland, made a frantic call to the emergency services.
The car is believed to have been damaged when it was parked on Harbour Road in Amble, Northumberland, last Thursday, August 22.
Craig Wilkinson, 24, of Straffen Court, Amble, Northumberland Pleaded guilty to two counts of owning a dog which was dangerously out of control in a public place on March 4.
Sarah Douglas said Kelly Gair "bared her teeth" and pushed her head towards her after they clashed during the squabble in the Bede Street Club in Amble, Northumberland, on January 1.