Did you by any chance mean shores?
- n. Plural form of shire.
“William de Braose, served as sheriffs in English shires; some, such as”
“(still called shires) of Holy Island, Norham, and Bamborough.”
“And they are trying yet again to do something about it - by trying to castrate the 'shires' through abolishing their 'planning' function.”
“Group members specialize in medieval combat or arts and meet in local chapters called "shires" or "baronies.”
“If you persist in calling it Devonshire, all American States will hence be referred to as "shires" e.g. Texasshire,”
“Anglo-Saxon communities were typically organized into "shires" consisting of approximately 1000 people.”
“If you persist in calling it Devonshire, all American States will become "shires" e.g. Texasshire, Floridashire, Louisianashire.”
“shires," -- Suffolk, Essex, Middlesex, and Norfolk, the latter lying then to the northward and including the New Hampshire towns.”
“It needs the equivalent of a nuclear button being pressed. on January 30, 2010 at 8: 26 pm City boy in the shires”
“Mr Tipgirly …. .take a bow on February 8, 2010 at 9: 20 pm Dungbeetle that should be the only way on February 8, 2010 at 9: 22 pm City boy in the shires”
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