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

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Cote Ghyll Caravan and Camping Park is a "quiet, peaceful site secluded in a pleasant valley within walking distance of pretty Osmotherley village".
If you're looking at the pictures and think Ghyll rings a bell, it might be because it featured in the Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan TV comedy series The Trip.
But this is just the beginning of an incredible adventure in which the children follow Grisini to the north, to Strachan's Ghyll.
The Dingles are still reeling from the revelation that he's the father of Amy's baby and, when Debbie hears the news, she insists he move out of Tug Ghyll.
Iwonder what Alan Partridge would have made of the view we encountered as we looked out from Holbeck Ghyll over Lake Windermere.
00pm) Carl puts his plan to raid Cain's warehouse into action, but his scheme hits a snag when Charity catches him breaking into Tug Ghyll.
When Herons Ghyll won three times, it fed the excitement.
EMMERDALE: Zak agrees to join Aaron on the rob in an effort to raise some much-needed funds to renovate Tug Ghyll ahead of Debbie's release.
Dubbed Titan, the cave, which is located near Castleton in the Peak District, is thought to be almost 140 metres deep-60 metres deeper than the previous record holder, Gaping Ghyll in the Yorkshire Dales.
J Brewster, construction of single-storey side extension, 25, The Ghyll, Fixby.
Matty Roe Ghyll, Harry Howes, Lewis Durrant, Frank Wright, Connor Vincent, Charlie Spencely, Tom Meadows, Barry Daniels and Erik Toulonvutas will spend two days riding the Stage 3 Middlesbrough-Scarborough route as preparation for an even bigger challenge in July - a Coast to Coast bike ride in aid of the Zoe's Place baby hospice and the Teesside Cancer Trust.
Activities such as ghyll scrambling, mountaineering as part of the overnight expedition, abseiling and tunnelling all pushed the young people and supervising staff to the edges of what they thought they could achieve, thus dramatically increasing confidence and aspirations.