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  Chew Magna - Somerset - UK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Chew Magna is named after the River Chew flowing for 17 miles through the rural countryside of North Somerset.
Chew Magna is about half way along the river's course and it is a village offering shopping, commercial, professional, educational, leisure and medical services to the residents of the Chew Valley.
Chew Court is a surviving part of the palace.
www.chewmagna.co.uk /history.asp   (503 words)

 Chew Valley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is bounded by higher ground ranging from Dundry Down to the north, the Lulsgate Plateau to the west, the Mendip Hills to the south and the Hinton Blewett, Marksbury and Newton Saint Loe plateau areas to the east.
The River Chew was dammed in the 1950s to create Chew Valley Lake, which provides drinking water for the nearby city of Bristol and surrounding areas.
The transition between the gently sloping landscape of the Upper Chew and Yeo Valleys and the open landscape of the Mendip Hills plateau is a scarp slope of 75 to 235 metres (250–770 ft).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chew_Valley   (3323 words)

 Bristol Waters - Chew Valley Lake
Chew Valley is famous around the world for its scenic beauty and top quality sport.
The deepest part of the lake is by the Dam and the outlet tower, where the steeply sloping shores of Walley Bank and the North Shore put depths of up to 20ft within the reach of bank anglers.
Southwards the water gets progressively shallower until at Herriots End, where the infant River Chew enters the Lake, there are only a couple of feet of water covering the tree stumps and river bed.
eis.bris.ac.uk /~cckhrb/BW/chew.htm   (419 words)

 ChicagoSports | A peaceful canoe trip amid the city
Chew, 34, who only began his business in May, believes it's possible to bring canoeing to the masses at inexpensive prices while slicing off a bit of green heaven just over the bank from well-trafficked city streets.
One day Chew was alarmed when a paddler returned to the launch with a report of a dead cow.
We came to River Park, just south of Foster Avenue, where there is a small waterfall, and a handful of people were spaced onshore watching the water churn.
www.chicagoriverpaddle.com /TribFreedman.htm   (968 words)

 Chron.com | News, search and shopping from the Houston Chronicle
That assessment applies to a large portion of the 80,000 or so miles of streams in the state, from the near-tropical Sabine River on the eastern border to the desert spaces of the Pecos to the west.
Rivers and Rapids: Canoeing, Rafting and Fishing Guide; Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma by Ben Nolen and Bob Narramore is the bible of Texas inland waterways.
On smaller rivers, where paddling anglers will want to stop and wade-fish pools and other "fishy" spots, it can take two or three hours to cover a mile of water.
www.chron.com /CDA/archives/archive.mpl?id=2005_3913376   (1345 words)

 River Chew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The River Chew is a small river in England.
The river suffered a major flood in 1968 with serious damage to towns and villages along its route, including sweeping away the bridge at Pensford.
The Mill Ground stretch of the River Chew is comprised of the six left-bank fields (looking downstream) from Chewton Place at Chewton Keynsham to the Albert Mill, Keynsham.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/River_Chew   (452 words)

 River Chew - Chew Valley Lake
CHEW VALLEY LAKE is a large man-made reservoir nestling in the foothills of the Mendips, ten miles south of Bristol.
It was formed by the construction of a dam on the River Chew near Chew Stoke in the 1950's.
The River Chew enters Chew Valley Lake via the Herriots Pool nature reserve at the shallow southern end of the lake.
www.riverchew.co.uk /chew_valley_lake.htm   (417 words)

 Chew Magna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the 19th and 20th centuries the importance of the wool trade in the village declined and it became largely a dormitory area for the cities of Bristol and Bath, although it has continued to be the commercial centre of the valley.
Chew Magna is also the home of the "Go Zero" project which promotes education for sustainability at all levels in society, and it will seek to conserve and make improvements to the environment in the UK and overseas.
Chew Court, which was originally a bishop's palace, next to the church which was largely rebuilt in 1656, from which a little survives as the Chew Court of today, which includes an Elizabethan doorway with Doric pilasters.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chew_Magna   (1568 words)

 Chew Valley Lake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chew Valley Lake (grid reference ST5659) is a large reservoir in the Chew Valley, Somerset, England, and the fifth-largest artificial lake in the United Kingdom (the largest in south-west England), with an area of 1,200 acres (4.9 km²).
Chew Valley Lake in the Chew Valley at the northern edge of the Mendip Hills, surrounded by meadows and woods and close to the villages of Chew Stoke, Chew Magna and Bishop Sutton.
It is fed by several small rivers, and it flows into the River Chew for 17 miles (27 km) before it joins the Avon to head out to sea.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chew_Valley_Lake   (2699 words)

 Chew Surname Origin & Family History
Belonging to Chew, which may take its name from the River Chew; or both river- and place-name may be from the Anglo-Saxon personal name Ceawa.
Chew Surname in UK Chew Surname in US There is more to Chew family history than the origin of the surname:
The origin of the surname Chew may give hints about one line of your family history from many hundreds of years ago such as where your family lived, what they did, or how they looked.
www.searchforancestors.com /surnames/origin/c/chew.php   (876 words)

 Chew Magna - Sustainable Community Action - a Wikia wiki
Chew Magna (Grid reference ST575631) is a village within the Chew Valley in North East Somerset, South West England.
To the south of the town is Chew Valley Lake.
Chew Magna has signed up to a 'Go Zero' campaign aimed at creating a waste free and sustainable community.
sca21.wikia.com /wiki/Chew_Magna   (453 words)

 The Dog House - River (Page 04)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
River uses a special wrap-around technique on the branches.
River, like Brownie, has his favorite spots in the backyard.
The only unusual thing about this picture is that it is of his spot near the firewood stack, and River does not have a log that he has dragged off the pile to chew on!
users3.ev1.net /~bvslice/bvanderslice_site/html/River04.html   (125 words)

 St Andrews Church History Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
he manor of Chew was held for almost five hundred years by the Bishops of Bath and Wells, from 1062 to 1548, and for that reason the village was called Chew Episcopi or Bishop’s Chew.
Even today there remains in the centre of the village the group of three mediaeval buildings which in the days of the bishops were very closely related in their functions.
These are Chew Court (one of the several residences or manor houses of the Bishop in Somerset), the building now known as the Old Schoolroom but originally the Church House, built about 1500 to accommodate church ales and other parish social activities, and the parish church of St. Andrew.
www.standrewschewmagna.org.uk /History1.htm   (439 words)

 A History of Orange County, Virginia by W. W. Scott
The ultimate source of this river is a spring on the Johnson place, near the top of the Southwest mountains, and but a few feet from the turnpike leading from Gordonsville to Harrisonburg.
Moor's, and crossed the river of Mattapony, and continued on the road, and were on horseback till nine of the clock at night, before we came to Mr.
The descent to the river being steep, and the night dark, we were obliged to dismount, and lead our horses down to the river side, which was very troublesome.
www.newrivernotes.com /va/oran1.htm   (18101 words)

 Premium Pet Food from Vir-Chew-All Enterprizez
Flint River Ranch has the chicken cooked at the supplier to maintain freshness and reduce the possibility of contamination in handling and shipping uncooked product.
Flint River Ranch purchases grains from General Mills and Pillsbury, not directly from the farm.
Flint River Ranch products are in the hands of the pet owner within one month of manufacture, including shipping time.
www.vir-chew-all.com /food.shtml   (976 words)

 River Restoration in East Asia: River Basin Initiative (3.14)
River restoration can be defined as the return of an ecosystem to a close approximation of its condition prior to disturbance.
In restoration, ecological damage to the resource is repaired with both the structure and the functions of the ecosystem recreated.
The seminar provided a platform for regional experts and river managers to share their experiences and provided exposure to the local participants on successful restoration practices and technical approaches in other countries.
www.adb.org /Water/Topics/Dams/web/RBI.htm   (451 words)

 Chicago: A great river runs through it Chicago Sun-Times - Find Articles
Paddling on the Chicago River is about as extreme as most Chicagoans will ever get in their outdoor sports.
Chew is an instructor certified by the American Canoe Association.
Plans to paddle on the pristine coasts became a paddle on the Charles River in the Boston suburb of Newton.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qn4155/is_200405/ai_n12547357   (757 words)

 Chew Valley Lake
This reservoir was formed in 1956 by damming the course of the River Chew.
The only proven way to prevent your car from being broken-in to at Chew is to leave your wife in it, although this inevitably curtails your in-hide time.
The copse itself is noteworthy as being the only place that mealy redpoll has occurred at Chew (at one stage sharing a tree with a the lake's second little bunting!) However, it is the views facing the other direction that receive most attention.
www.somersetbirds.uko2.co.uk /chew_valley_lake.htm   (3369 words)

 Flint River Ranch Super-Premium Dog Food And Cat Food For Loved Pets - Independent Associate Distributor 840B
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After reading the details about "meat" and "by-products" and what they really are, the way the big manufacturers make the pet food smell good by spraying on rancid grease, and what preservatives like Ethoxyquin, BHA and BHT do to the health of your pet, maybe you're ready to switch from that store bought brand.
Flint River Ranch uses premium human grade chicken and lamb, along with chelated vitamins and minerals.
flintriverranch.netfirms.com /index.html   (890 words)

 River Heights Veterinary Clinic - Case of the Month
The bigger dogs quickly chewed and swallowed their soft, rectangular, meaty treats, while Guinness suddenly went into distress.
Instead of chewing his treat, Guinness swallowed it whole.
His owner recognized this was an emergency and rushed Guinness to River Heights Veterinary Clinic.
www.riverheightsvet.com /case4.htm   (385 words)

 Chew On This Saltwater Fishing Show hosted by Captain Ben Chancey
Chew On This Charter rates are for two anglers with each additional angler $50 up to 4 anglers total, fishing the waters of Boca Grande, Charlotte Harbor, Pine Island Sound, Ft. Myers Beach and Caloosahatchee River.
Chew On This Charters will allow for up to a maximum of four anglers.
Chew On This Charters will require a $100 deposit to reserve the date.
www.chewonthis.tv /rates.html   (442 words)

 SW Florida fishing charters with Captain Ben Chancey
Canal, River, Pass and Sound fishing for Tarpon, Redfish Snook (aka racing mullet), Jewfish, Inshore Grouper, Trout, and Canal Tuna (aka Jack Crevalle) is Chew On This Charters forte.
Chew On This Charters has a knack for putting you on fish that will challenge your physical abilities and mental toughness.
Chew On This Shirts and hats are very popular amongst the fisherpersons in your family.
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 Chambal Safari Lodge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The River Chambal is best explored on boats and the River Safari provides spectacular opportunities to view the wildlife.
The large reptiles can be found all along the way basking in the sunshine on the small rocky islands in the river, while the dolphins, usually in pairs, splash in and out of the river as they come up for air.
Of particular interest are the water marks that can be seen along the highest ravines; an indication of the power and force of this river in spate during the monsoon period.
www.chambalsafari.com /ch_river.htm   (333 words)

 American Whitewater - NWRI - James 4. Upper James into Richmond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
As the paddler passes under the railroad bridge and moves to river left of center, there will be the remains of an old bridge in the river and a large island on the right.
Chew Chew lunch beach below Choo Choo rapid The shore of the river right eddy mentioned above is a primo sandy beach and the eddy itself is a great swimming hole or roll practice spot.
After this rapid, look for the boulder field on the right to end and then work right to be right of the island at the bottom with a (sometimes hard to see) sign marking this as the way to the takeout.
www.americanwhitewater.org /rivers/id/1951   (814 words)

 Children's Trust Fund
Families from Greater Fall River enjoyed an afternoon of free activities today at the Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club as part of Fall River’s Family Fun Day, an annual celebration hosted by CTF and the Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club.
Third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students in public, private, and parochial schools in Fall River, Somerset, Swansea, and Westport submitted drawings of their favorite family activities.
Event organizers are grateful for the generous support of these participating community organizations: Fall River Children’s Museum, Healthy Families, Family Service Association, Youth Council, WIC Program, Head Start, Health First, the Fall River Fire Department, United Neighbors of Fall River, the Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club, the Girl Scouts, and Parents Helping Parents.
www.mctf.org /sp.aspx?id=405   (390 words)

 fishing and stuff
Popped down the River Chew, which I hadnt fished for some time due to the dry spell and was pleasantly surprised.
The river is the lowest its been for some time.
Rivers were low, so I'll need to get my skates on.
fishingandstuff.blogspot.com   (596 words)

We had been so disheartened by the report of the loss of the Porpoise, that our fears for the safety of our little consort had been morbidly increased, and we were now proportionately inspirited by her appearance.
She anchored near us to see if she could be of any assistance, (we were aground,) but, finding us obliged to wait the rising of the tide, got under way again and stood on up the river.
While entering this river, we picked up a fishing-boat and compelled one of its owners to pilot us in; and it was he who had anchored us off this village, declaring [p.
academic.reed.edu /formosa/texts/Habersham1857.html   (5087 words)

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The Chews, too, though initially faced with the reality of a damaged house, gradually come to see Cliveden as a remarkable symbol of the struggle required to create the nation.
In 1972, the Chew family transferred ownership of Cliveden, its remaining six acres of parkland, and its collection of artifacts to the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Chew family tradition of preserving, researching and interpreting this legendary house to the public continues today.
www.schuylkillriver.org /Detail.aspx?id=199   (295 words)

 Flint River Academy - Woodbury Georgia
Flint River Academy Headmaster Connie Strickland congratulates Chas on his decision as she points out that he may wear the Furman cap at school while he is enjoying the moment.
Flint River Academy is pleased to recognize those students achieving high honors and placed on the first semester’s Headmaster’s Honor Roll by earning 93 or above in all subjects.
Flint River Academy third graders pause in front of the Fort Sumter cannonball, the first to be shot in the Civil War.
www.flintriveracademy.com   (1577 words)

 Havel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Havel is a river in Brandenburg, Berlin and Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
The last section of the river flows through a region called Havelland; only the last few kilometres are located on the territory of Saxony-Anhalt, where the Havel enters the Elbe near Havelberg.
In former times little rats would come about the river and chew on rocks with the Slavic people called the Havolane lived round the river Havel.
www.e-tv.co.za /h/a/v/Havel.html   (200 words)

 Ron Ulrich's CHEW Family Tree
The word CHEW generally means winding water, the EW being a varian of the French EAU meaning water.
The River Chew that runs through Somerset to the River Avon is a narrow, twisting river of water.
It isn't certain when the surname CHEW or CHEWE became permanently adopted, but it was about the last half of the 14th century.
www.ronulrich.com /ulrich/CHEW-tree.html   (1517 words)

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