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  • The Angles came from a territory known as Angeln, ‘the Angle’ or ‘the Narrows’, in Schleswig; just as the Stoors came from ‘the Angle’ between the rivers Hoarwell and Loudwater.

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  • The Skipp family from Clearbrook Close, Loudwater, were amazed to discover an unusual visitor had crept into their garden for a snack-an albino squirrel.

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  • But I know how long it would take me on my own feet, with fair weather and no ill fortune twelve days from here to the Ford of Bruinen, where the Road crosses the Loudwater that runs out of Rivendell.

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  • Some way ahead Strider had caught a glimpse of the Loudwater again, and he knew that, though it was hidden from view, the Road to the Ford was not far from the River and lay on the side nearest to them.

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  • 'That is Loudwater, the Bruinen of Rivendell,' answered Strider.

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  • They came west after the Harfoots and followed the course of the Loudwater southwards; and there many of them long dwelt between Tharbad and the borders of Dunland before they moved north again.

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  • It flows down out of the Ettenmoors, the troll-fells north of Rivendell, and joins the Loudwater away in the South.

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  • It was at this time that the Stoors that had dwelt in the Angle (between Hoarwell and Loudwater) fled west and south, because of the wars, and the dread of Angmar, and because the land and clime of Eriador, especially in the east, worsened and became unfriendly.

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  • ‘That is Loudwater, the Bruinen of Rivendell,’ answered Strider.

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  • Rhudaur was in the North-east and lay between the Ettenmoors, the Weather Hills, and the Misty Mountains, but included also the Angle between the Hoarwell and the Loudwater.

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