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Gill

An obsolete Scottish unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 0.053 liters.
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Because of Ghyll's elevated spot, our room offered a quite breathtaking view over Lake Windermere's eastern shores (which has been voted as one of the world's best), and we were welcomed by a beautiful four-poster bed, a complimentary decanter of locally-distilled damson gin, fresh flowers and our own private terrace.
The Alan Partridge reference is apposite because Holbeck Ghyll was one of the restaurants Steve Coogan, the fictional presenter's creator, visited for his latest TV comedy outting.
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.
Sugar Ray (2.15) and Holbeck Ghyll (2.50) are forecast to start favourite in the two 3yo+ handicaps on the today's card
Holbeck Ghyll has been steadily creeping up the ratings this season and currently sits on a careerhigh mark of 90 but his half-length verdict at Epsom offers much encouragement.
Waddell, of Coldrach Ghyll, Drymen, Stirlingshire, initially denied being involved.
Comments on the proposals by members of the public should be sent before a deadline of February 7 next year to BNGSL, Capenhurst Review, Nuclear Regulation Group (North), Environment Agency, Ghyll Mount, Gillan Way, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 9BP
Cote Ghyll Mill, near Cod Beck Reservoir, Osmotherley, was once used to make flax for aircraft fuselages.
1 Leave the car park and walk behind the Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, through a gate and on to the stony track.
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.
Among the highlights on the college's social calendar over the past few years have been its trips to Ghyll Head Outdoor Education Centre near Lake Windermere, for students with behavioural and learning difficulties, and the Calvert Trust in Keswick, also in the Lake District, for students with physical disabilities, most of whom are confined to wheelchairs.