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  • proper n. A small river in Dorset county, England.


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  • Spiller called her Piddle, and the name stuck, though Hamfist didn’t.


  • Alongside their own cakes (try the chocolate and Guinness), you also get Honeybuns' gluten-free cakes, Leakers Bakery breads and local beers (Piddle or Palmers).

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  • Some are mostly amusing, like Ugley, Essex; East Breast, in western Scotland; North Piddle, in Worcestershire; and Spanker Lane, in Derbyshire.

    "It's pronounced 'PENNIS-tun.'"

  • And kudos to the CBC for their subheading: "Piddle in wrong puddle".

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  • The roads down to Dorchester follow the rivers Cerne and Piddle through narrow valleys between steep-sided ridges.

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  • On our way to Plush, a small settlement in a secluded valley, we went down the Piddle valley road with low sun casting slanting shadows on whitewashed cottages that back on to the hillsides.

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  • I fought did sed a Piddle halp … *snerk* wundered y u needz halp ta piddle?

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  • Piddle raised her head, sniffing, and when I caught her eye she licked my cheek.


  • I brewed up a tisane to ease the rattle, and made up a mash of barley bran to dry up the squirts, and went visiting as a greenwoman once again, accompanied by Fleetfoot and Piddle.


  • I had Rowney to one side and Fleetfoot and Piddle to the other.



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