craggy


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having a surface that is not smooth

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having hills and crags

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Despite his time on Father Ted's Craggy Island - and subsequent TV stints on primetime sitcoms like BBC1's My Hero and Blessed as well as straighter roles in Skins and Turn to Page 48
Above him was a series of three high craggy outcrops.
Winter Derby draw (with betting from Burrows): 1 Guinness Time (5), 2 Westmead Fleet (9-2), 3 Jogadusc Ace (11-4), 4 Ardera Dubh (m) (5), 5 Craggy Ted (w) (9-2), 6 Droopys Bogart (w) (7-4).
There is the Gran Paradiso National Park as well as interesting towns and villages, a host of craggy, once strategic castles, and a history and tradition all its own.
Mak Erot - who reports suggested was aged anywhere from 101 to 130 - prompted legions of imitations of her famous clinics, many using her famously craggy and birthmarked face to lure in anxious men.
The Craggy Island World Cup and the Golden Cleric Award are just two of the events being held at which annual festival this week?
And Ted himself, a tragic figure, always hoping to get off Craggy Island and back to somewhere bigger where - in his own mind at least - a man of his talents belonged.
The route, known as Broad Stand, is steep and craggy and runs between Scafell and Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.
Based on a sketch in the cult comedy Father Ted, the Craggy Island Dairy float, is to be pushed through the four Irish provinces to raise money for the country's Down's Syndrome Association.
Mrs Doyle, housekeeper for Fr Ted Crilly at Craggy Island's parochial house, said she was deeply saddened that her country men and women were turning their noses up at a cuppa in favour of that "American muck".
The collection highlights Dixon's Western imagery: rugged rodeo cowboys, wild mustangs on the open plains, shadows on craggy canyons, and desert skies that go on for miles.
The trash drum will become a take on the children's series ``Where's Waldo,'' with 1880s bandit Tiburcio Vasquez's cartooney head peeking out from craggy Vasquez Rocks amid native plants, bunnies and a rattlesnake.
So he kidnaps Estrada's killer, digs up his buddy's corpse, and sets off on a pilgrimage of atonement across a hardscrabble landscape dotted with craggy deserts and sunburned border towns where folks swing between boredom and brutality.
in Pointers--but something alien or mineral (witness Landscape Contemplating Itself's craggy, headlike formations).