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  • Then of course the great Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill and a village 'Saltaire' next to the River Aire very near Shipley in the West Riding, in December 2001, Saltaire was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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  • I knew the Fox Borealis was nearby, backing on to the River Aire.

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  • From the base of these rocks, along a horizontal bedding plane and at one particular spot, issued the stream along which we had walked, forming the source of the River Aire, which flows through Skipton and on to Leeds, the curious feature about it being that there was no visible aperture in the rocks, neither arch nor hole, from which it could come.

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  • Brave Deslons, even without 'orders,' darted at the River Aire with his Hundred!

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  • It sleeps; the rushing of the River Aire singing lullaby to it.

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  • There are no flood defences on the River Aire and there have been several incidents of flooding in recent years.

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  • Speaking at the funeral service for Suzanne Blamires, whose remains were found in the River Aire in Shipley, West Yorkshire, on May 25, her mother, Nicky, read a poem to the gathered mourners.

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  • Body parts belonging to Ms Blamires were found in the River Aire in Shipley on May 25, and tests confirmed that a small piece of human tissue later found in the water belonged to Ms

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  • Body parts belonging to Ms Blamires were found in the River Aire, in Shipley, on May 25, and tests confirmed that a small piece of human tissue later found in the water belonged to Ms

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  • A West Yorkshire Police spokeswoman said the human remains were found in the River Aire, near Dockfield Road, in Shipley, at 2pm on Tuesday.

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