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backwoodsman

a peer who rarely attends the HOUSE OF LORDS -much less common since the reforms of the House of Lords, reducing the number of hereditary peers.
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I suppose the Breakwater is so far from Cardiff that it is unaware of such a magnificent man- made and historic structure in the backwoods of North Wales.
If you were thinking of moving to Canada, the Scottish artist Thomas Faed's painting Sunday in the Backwoods might be enough to put you off.
Pudwill has spent most of his life in the boxing backwoods, most of his 39 victories coming against serial losers.
SCOTS lumberjacks are being wooed to the middle American backwoods with big money offers for their felling skills.
English author whose Settlers and Convicts; or, Recollections of Sixteen Years' Labour in the Australian Backwoods (1847) is an outstanding fictional account of life in Australia.
Oh, there are forests left, in the backwoods, that may grab at our imagination and make us yet feel, especially at twilight, that unseen forces wait to pounce on us and pay us back.
Traill's The Backwoods of Canada (1836), a series of letters to her mother, is a good example of her candor and dry humor.
The brisk, brief feature appears more atmospheric than terrifying, but its bare-bones tale gets under the skin, telling of a pregnant teen whose impending sacrifice to a backwoods community's worship pit causes hell to break loose.
Emily, MN, February 26, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Minnesota Backwoods Bulletin supports independently owned and operated small businesses that service Minnesota.
You are coming back to Britain to tour and promote your new album Backwoods Barbie.
Backwoods Barbie features Dolly's version of She Drives Me Crazy, a 1989 hit for Fine Young Cannibals.
AN ageing black man keeps a pretty young girl chained up in his backwoods shack to cure her of nymphomania.