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Romney Marsh

English longwool-type meat sheep; polled, 33 micron wool, prized as fat lamb mother, used extensively in development of carpetwool breeds. Called also Kent Marsh.

Romney Marsh disease
see struck.
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Originating in the Romney Marshes of England, they were called, appropriately, Romney Marsh sheep.
Across from thundering Eurostar trains at Ashford International, over on platform 2C, is the two-coach Marshlink trundler, which sets off to jog across the flats of Romney Marshes to Hastings, on a journey into a different world.
Roast salt marsh lamb, raised in the Romney Marshes near the hotel was a succulent main (PS18.
The Fly 'n' Dine days out on Saturdays and Sundays start with a welcome drink, followed by a 20-minute pleasure flight over Romney Marshes and a three-course lunch in the aviation theme bar and restaurant.