from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A rugged upland plateau extending north to south through central Wales.
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- n. a rugged plateau that runs north to south through central Wales
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In the 1970s, the few Kites left in Britain were struggling to survive in the Cambrian Mountains.
His holiday residence is in Wales, at the edge of the Cambrian Mountains, and since the early 1990s the view from the hillside above his house has encompassed more than 100 turbines, all flailing out of sync.
Its as old as the Cambrian Mountains but I've never heard it told quite like that before.
An eighth grader from Illinois, pinpoints the Cambrian Mountains on a map and wins the National Geography Bee.
And the dislike remains strong, as opposition to erecting them in the Cambrian Mountains and Suffolk's Constable country testifies - though, believe it or not, there is a Pylon Appreciation Society membership fee £15 for "anyone who is interested in or inspired by transmission towers".
He says: The fantastic 700 hectare Ynys-hir Nature Reserve is set in a stunning location at the top of the Dyfi Estuary, flanked by the Cambrian Mountains.
From my office window I can see a perfect candidate for his attentions: the brakes and thickets of the Cambrian Mountains.
He's pushing the trust to pursue a more aggressive acquisition policy to protect the countryside, whether fighting airport expansion or saving the Cambrian Mountains of mid-Wales.
There is easy access to Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains for day trips.
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