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“Oh, and Canterbury should certainly have a statue of Chaucer to greet travellers from every shire's end.”
“Above all, it was the home of the Bodleian Library, which was not only the shire's soul, and one of the main reasons for resisting invasion, but was allowed six months 'credit by 84.”
“The drought of March hath pierced to the root, "when the soft wind" with his sweet breath inspired hath in every holt and heath the tender crops "; when the little birds make new songs, then" longen folk to go on pilgrimages, and palmers for to seeken strange lands, and especially from every shire's end of”
“But when Chaucer met her the house was ruling itself somewhere at the 'shire's ende'.”
“The former Bellarine councillor was lured onto the former shire's historical records committee back in 1983.”
“However, Byron Shire Council's waste and recycling manager, Russell Chaplin, said the shire's waste now went into the Myocum landfill and that the council hadn't used Queensland tips since 2003.”
“The shire's small towns are missing out, with 60 regional families on waiting lists for family day care services.”
“The shire's emergency services co-ordinator, Phil Hay, said the fire bug was suspected of lighting fires in Badgingarra and Cataby.”
“Simon Fraser, who has been the shire's CEO for 13 years, had his contract terminated after a special meeting of council last week.”
“Elsewhere in the Border, Moira shire's five-year growth of 1.5? per cent a year was the best, followed by Wangaratta's 1.4? per cent and Indigo at 1.3? per cent.”
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