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GILL. A measure of capacity, equal to one-fourth of a pint. Vide Measure.

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Despite finding it difficult, we do manage to tear ourselves away from Ghyll during our stay.
The student team before they tackled the ghyll scramble
Not really because the pleasures of staying at Holbeck Ghyll mitigate against the vagaries of Mother Nature.
EMMERDALE: Zak and Aaron use the proceeds from the robbery to furnish Tug Ghyll, but the theft leaves Bob fearing for the future of his business when he later reveals the banks are recalling all his debts.
So when the chance came to visit Holbeck Ghyll, my wife Erika and I jumped at the chance quicker than Alan Partridge could say "Aha
Ghyll scrambling without an instructor is not to be recommended.
The Longwool Ewe Champion, which was also Reserve Wensleydale Supreme Champion, was a yearling ewe in full wool bred and exhibited by another veterinary surgeon - Jack Watkinson and his wife Jessica, from Hutton Ghyll, Constable Burton, near Leyburn in North Yorkshire.
Then the place to be is the Lake District and the Holbeck Ghyll Country House Hotel.
When Herons Ghyll won three times, it fed the excitement.
Zak and Aaron use proceeds from the robbery to buy furniture forTug Ghyll.
HOLBECK Ghyll struck gold on Derby day at Epsom and further high-profile success awaits in the Cisco Hong Kong Sprint Stakes at Ascot.
Waddell, of Coldrach Ghyll, Drymen, Stirlingshire, initially denied being involved.