Chiltern Hills love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A range of chalk hills in south-central England northeast of the upper Thames River.

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Examples

  • However, opposition to the high-speed rail dream is mounting—in particular from environmentalists who fear for the Chiltern Hills, a designated U.K. area of outstanding natural beauty, through which the London to Birmingham line will pass.

    Expect Delays

  • They're also full of praise for the nearly brand-new facilities, for the peace and quiet no noise after 11pm and for the long, lovely views over to Ivinghoe Beacon and the surrounding Chiltern Hills.

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  • It was most commonly used by the “bodgers”, itinerant woodworkers who made small components such as chair legs in the beech forests of the Chiltern Hills for use in the furniture industry.

    A wood turner’s workshop

  • It was most commonly used by the “bodgers”, itinerant woodworkers who made small components such as chair legs in the beech forests of the Chiltern Hills for use in the furniture industry.

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  • There is also a whisper through the Chiltern Hills amongst the local people of an even deeper secure Iron Age Fort along the same network of Beacons that is yet to be seen.

    The War Chest...

  • The WhiteLion carved into the Chiltern Hills as part of the Ivinghoe Beacon landscape

    "Defence of the Realm"

  • The Chiltern Hills are situated with amazing vantage points over looking the vast beautiful English countryside of Buckinghamshire & Bedfordshire with the local Towns of Dunstable and Luton to the rear.

    "Defence of the Realm"

  • After a three-day stay in London, Eaker and his staff went out to Bomber Command headquarters in High Wycombe, a suburb in the Chiltern Hills, about twenty-five miles west of London.

    Masters of the Air

  • After a three-day stay in London, Eaker and his staff went out to Bomber Command headquarters in High Wycombe, a suburb in the Chiltern Hills, about twenty-five miles west of London.

    Masters of the Air

  • One of the triumphs of English wildlife conservation has been the reintroduction of the Red Kite to the edges of the Chiltern Hills.

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