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a former Celtic kingdom in northwestern England

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a county of northwestern England

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Cedar Manor Hotel and Restaurant - Windermere, Cumbria, England
Sellafield is a nuclear reprocessing site, close to the village of Seascale on the coast of the Irish Sea in Cumbria, England.
UK: Robert Burns Centre (Dumfries, Scotland); the Dylan Thomas Centre (Swansea, Wales); Citizen 32 (Manchester, England); John Ruskin's Brantwood (Cumbria, England).
To go beyond the mountain tops for outdoor fun, try one of our other picks: Lake District National Park - Cumbria, England, United Kingdom; Sangla Valley - Sangla, India; Blue Mountains National Park - New South Wales, Australia; Pacific Rim National Park Reserve - Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada and Maasai Mara National Reserve - Kenya.
The country is presently storing more than 87 metric tons of plutonium at the Sellafield nuclear complex in West Cumbria, England.
The schoolboy from Cumbria, England, marked the end of his challenge by placing a stone at the summit of his final mountain - Ben More on Mull.
(1991) Famous mineral localities: pyromorphite group minerals from the Caldbeck Fells, Cumbria, England. Mineralogical Record, 22, 105-121.
Eoe1/4EoItEoe1/4aos the best place weEoe1/4aove been to,Eoe1/4A[yen] said Bob Raywood, a native of Cumbria, England, while visiting the capitalEoe1/4aos Sultan Qaboos Mosque on a five-day Oman tour planned in conjunction with stops in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Located on the coast of the Irish Sea in Cumbria, England, the Sellafield nuclear site has been the target of Irish political campaigns aiming to shut the site down.
Working with co2balance, Innovia Films decided to plant 3,000 trees in Cumbria, England. The planting of the new forest with a mix of British broad leafed trees within 30 kilometers of its Wigton site was selected because NatureFlex is manufactured in Cumbria.
Dickinson and Parker (2002) conducted a cohort study of > 250,000 births in Cumbria, England, including the cases of Gardner et al.
My nephew, Alan Watson, and his wife, Muriel, from Shap in Cumbria, England, would dearly love to get in touch with the family again having lost contact over the years.
Further, Doncasters also is supplying the slat cans to the Airbus A380 Wing Build facility at Broughton, Cumbria, England, as well as the aft pylon fairing and several parts on the Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engine, which will be used on the A380.
This fifty-six-page magazine is edited and published by a thirty-something mother in Cumbria, England, and read around the world by mothers, fathers, and others interested in outside-the-mainstream living and parenting.
Alcock, a chemist with Environmental Research Solutions in Cumbria, England. As it turns out, however, blackhouse residents had more to worry about than dioxin exposure.