South East Cornwall

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South East Cornwall (UK Parliament Constituency)
... / 50.414°N 4.520°W / 50.414 -4.520 South East Cornwall County constituency for the House of Commons Boundary of South East Cornwall in Cornwall for the 2010 general election ... Location of Cornwall within England ... County Cornwall Electorate 71,851 (December 2010) Current constituency Created 1983 (1983) Member of Parliament Sheryll Murray (Conservative) Number of members One Created ...
The Lost Crown: A Ghost-Hunting Adventure - Filming Locations
... The Lost Crown A Ghost-Hunting Adventure features many real locations, from Cornwall and Devon ... Polperro Doubling as the fictional town of Saxton, Polperro is in South-East Cornwall ... Looe Like Polperro, Looe is a seaside town in South East Cornwall ...
Middle East
... The Middle East (Arabic الشرق الأوسط, alshrq alāwsṭ Armenian Միջին Արևելք, Merdzavor Arevelk’ Azerbaijani Orta Şərq French Moyen-Orient Georgia ... The term is considered to be Eurocentric and used as a synonym for Near East, in opposition to Far East ... The largest ethnic group in the middle east are Arabs ...
Levant - Etymology
... The term Levant, which first appeared in English in 1497, originally meant the East in general or "Mediterranean lands east of Italy" ... and its Latin source oriens meaning "east", is literally "rising", deriving from Latin orior "rise" ...
Media In Cornwall - Radio - Table of Radio Development
1st year of broadcasting in Cornwall Stations on medium wave and long wave Stations on FM Stations on DAB DRM Stations on Freeview, Cable, and Satellite 1927 BBC National Programme (from Daventry ... became talkSPORT in 2000) - - - 2000 Classic Gold 1152 (South East Cornwall only) - Digital 1 Multiplex - 2002 - - - BBC Freeview Radio Services 2003 - - BBC National DAB (from ...

Famous quotes containing the words south and/or east:

    The cloud was so dark that it needed all the bright lights that could be turned upon it. But for four years there was a contagion of nobility in the land, and the best blood North and South poured itself out a libation to propitiate the deities of Truth and Justice. The great sin of slavery was washed out, but at what a cost!
    M. E. W. Sherwood (1826–1903)

    A puff of wind, a puff faint and tepid and laden with strange odours of blossoms, of aromatic wood, comes out the still night—the first sigh of the East on my face. That I can never forget. It was impalpable and enslaving, like a charm, like a whispered promise of mysterious delight.... The mysterious East faced me, perfumed like a flower, silent like death, dark like a grave.
    Joseph Conrad (1857–1924)