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a spot that is worn on a lady's face for adornment

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Two boys were feared drowned last night as police divers called off their search of a reservoir beauty spot.
Tough police crackdowns have been launched on trial bikers and off-road drivers in a bid to protect vulnerable beauty spots.
Picnic sites, beauty spots and attraction car parks in particular are prime targets for thieves because holidaymakers rarely want to carry everything with them so frequently leave valuables in their cars.
FAMILIES are being driven away from Merseyside beauty spots because they are being used for lewd sexual behaviour.
Everyone who responded to the survey knew of a beauty spot ruined and all gave details of how fly-tipping had affected their property, in some cases on a daily basis," said Ms Fairburn.
EYESORE: Many of Scotland's beauty spots are littered with rubbish
A CRACKDOWN on anti-social behaviour and car crime at beauty spots in the Vale of Glamorgan has been launched by police.
When visiting beauty spots, people should always take handbags with them when they go for their walk, or leave them at home.
City centre haven, Jesmond Dene, and Ouseburn-based Seven Stories beat off competition from six other regions in the North of England to be named Best Beauty Spot and Best Attraction.
Huge traffic jams hit other parts of Scotland as day-trippers headed for the coast and beauty spots.
The flowers have the texture of crepe and may often have beauty spots at the base of their petals.
Thefts from beauty spots tend to rise around this time of year and officers are urging people not to leave valuables on display when leaving their cars for any length of time.
Supt Allan Brown of Northumbria Police's Northumberland Area Command says officers will step up patrols at beaches, beauty spots and holiday parks to tackle anyone who drinks to much and causes trouble.
The project is aimed at highlighting and driving tourism, customers and footfall to the best of the region's hidden gems, including restaurants, shops with a personal touch, well-loved attractions, hidden beauty spots and great journeys by foot, bike, car or rail which can be missed out or overlooked by tourists or people travelling through the area.
A PAEDOPHILE'S ashes were secretly scattered at one of Britain's top beauty spots - sparking fury from child protection groups.