from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to Cumberland, England, or to a system of rocks found there.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to the early medieval British principality or kingdom of Cumbria or Strathclyde, or to Cumberland, a northern county of England, which constituted a part of it.


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  • It costs £350-£430, booked through Cumbrian Cottages (01228 cumbrian-cottages., which charges £15 extra for the dog.

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  • Book up to three weeks before you go, and Cumbrian Cottages (cumbrian-cottages., along with its sister agencies Yorkshire Cottages and Scottish Cottages, will give you 15 per cent off hundreds of self-catering properties in Scotland and the north.

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  • For more about the business, contact David on 07593 738 088 or email cumbrian

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  • O Dear, stop being small minded, im not cumbrian, never have been never will, all i can say is thank god my mother talked me out of talking with thick sounding mara twang.

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  • Crime reporter SUZANNE MURPHY investigates what it will mean for South cumbrian drinkers

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  • Our five cumbrian MPs claimed £750,000 in expenses last year.

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  • "A cumbrian man has been awarded" NOT WON Iam sure Mr Riley does not fell like a winner with what has happened to him, and I can speak from experience as I had a slimilar thing happen to me although not so severe, he was lucky he could identify the food that nearly killed him, the problem is there is so much food served out in this country and abroad that you would not feed a dog with it and nobody gives a dam, so could you please alter your heading

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  • n RIP to all those people who lost their lives today in cumbrian shooting and thoughts to their families

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  • n west cumbrian resident 84 to 87, stay tight, stay strong, west cumbrians are mighty people kia kaha

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  • i think it was under used by copeland b.c. and the local education auths, this little museum should have been used as field trips when cumbrian children learn of ww2 in school, for a

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