Ouse


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a river in northeastern England that flows generally southeastward to join the Trent River and form the Humber

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New steps are to be built at 90 degrees to the street and named 'Steenberg's Chare', connecting Ouse Street with the quayside once again.
Birmingham planning consultancy CSJ Brooke Smith has been given permission to change the use of part of a marina near the Great River Ouse in Bedford.
Kathmandu, May 20 (ANI): Nepal speaker of the legislature parliament Subash Chandra emwang has said it is the responsibility of the Prime Minister to end the deadlock of the ouse.
It is set on the side of a valley overlooking the beautiful landscape of the Ouse flood plain and bounded by rolling South Down hills to the north-west and east.
The practitioner set off from Norwich on September 6, rowing in a sculling boat to Beccles, before switching to a kayak to paddle along the Waveney and Little Ouse. He then changed back to a sculling boat for the Great Ouse and into a coastal sculling boat to row from King's Lynn to Yarmouth.
Julie Ells, area sales manager for Redrow Homes (South Wales), said: "As well as tasting the delectable food and wine on offer, they can take a look around our new four-bedroom Ouse showhome, where our designers have worked their magic to create a bright contemporary interior.
ZANDERS are east European predators brought to England in 1963 when the former Great Ouse River Authority started a national row by putting 97 small ones in the Ouse Relief Channel.
Clay pigeon shooting champion Tom Potter, 18, who disappeared after a night out with friends in Bedford, was spotted by a passer-by in the Great Ouse on the outskirts of the town.
Eighty acres of land in the Ouse Valley had at one time attracted the interest of golfer Nick Faldo, who had hoped to develop it as a golf course, but it was too marshy.
Blakes has 900 boats in the UK and a further 500 overseas, offering holidays on many scenic waterways ranging from the River Ouse in Yorkshire, River Thames, Loch Ness and Lake Windermere.
As always, the famous people who allow Keith into their private space have been brave enough to let him run his hands (and sometimes body) over their precious possessions, as we find out ''Oo 'abitates in an 'ouse like this?' One of the guests in the opening episode seems to have a pristine, all-white flat.
The fundraisers already completed include a sponsored walk which raised PS1,800 and a charity day at RAF Linton on Ouse which was organised by Mike Davies and raised PS900 from its three attendees.
THE parents of Megan Roberts paid tribute to their daughter after police confirmed that a body found in the River Ouse was that of the missing student.