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a hilly county in southwestern England

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It's Saturday morning and Stevie Neale sounds remarkably cheerful for someone lying on the floor of her family's house in Cornwall, England, recovering from a slipped disc.
Trelaske Hotel & Restaurant - Looe, Cornwall, England
Marazion (Cornish: Marhasyow) is a civil parish and town in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
A Christian couple in Cornwall, England, was fined for refusing to allow two homosexual men to share a bed in their bed and breakfast establishment.
The aircraft, crews, maintainers and engineers ensure that the Baggers, which have flown more than 1,000 missions over Helmand since they arrived from Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall, England, back in May 2009, are constantly ready to support the international mission.
This will allow pups (young sharks) to develop properly without the danger of being caught at a young age," said the shark-enthusiast, based in Cornwall, England.
REDRUTH CORNWALL, ENGLAND Evelyn (Abbott) Dunn passed away peacefully on November 20, 2010 in Redruth Cornwall, England.
flooding in Cumbria, flash floods in Boscastle, Cornwall, England, and the
Although both are long retired, now living in Cornwall, England, their son admits there still remains a close family affinity to the airline that encompassed so much of their lives.
Jump off your boat in the Gulf Stream with a raft and enough beer for a couple of months and you might wash up on the beach in Cornwall, England.
Based in Cornwall, England, ShelterBox began as a project of the Rotary Club of Helson-Lizard.
The researchers set to make a presentation on the reconstruction at a Census of Marine Life conference, which runs from May 26 to 28, say that at about the same time, large pods of blue whales and orcas, blue sharks and thresher sharks darkened the waters off Cornwall, England, herds of harbour porpoise pursued fish upriver, and dolphins regularly played in waters inshore.
THEY WERE SENT FROM CORNWALL, ENGLAND, ALL THE WAY TO SIGNAL HILL - A DISTANCE OF OVER 3,000 KILOMETRES
TREMERT Elizabeth and Richard TREMERT, Cornwall, England,
Barts, and Cornwall, England, despite the volume's doggedly all-American title--of coolly nostalgic boardwalks, surf, and side streets next to a jaunty double vision of Santa Claus, a gamely nautical self-portrait, and an oddly affecting shot of a dead shark.
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