Skiddaw
Skiddaw Skid"daw`, n. (Zo["o]l.) The black guillemot. [Prov. Eng.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Skiddaw — von Borrowdale Höhe 931  …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Skiddaw — (spr. Skiddah), Berg in der englischen Grafschaft Cumberland, 3200 Fuß …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Skiddaw — Infobox Mountain Name = Skiddaw Photo = Skiddaw borrowdale.jpg Caption = Skiddaw from Borrowdale Elevation = 931 m (3,054 ft) Location = Cumbria, ENG Range = Lake District, Northern Fells Prominence = 709 m Parent peak = Helvellyn Coordinates =… …   Wikipedia

  • Skiddaw — Sp Skidò nkt. Ap Skiddaw L k. Jungtinėje Karalystėje (Anglijoje) …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Skiddaw — geographical name mountain 3053 feet (930 meters) NW England in NW central Cumbria …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • SKIDDAW —    a mountain in Cumberland, 3054 ft. in height; is some 6 m. from Keswick, whence it is of easy ascent …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Skiddaw — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Skiddaw Slate — is an early Ordovician metamorphosed sedimentary rock, as first identified on the slopes of Skiddaw in the English Lake District.The base of this series is unknown. The thickness could, therefore, amount to several thousand feet of sediment.… …   Wikipedia

  • Skiddaw Little Man — Infobox Mountain Name = Skiddaw Little Man Photo = Skiddaw and Little Man.jpg Caption = Skiddaw (left) and Little Man (right) tower above Keswick. Location = Cumbria, ENG Range = Lake District, Northern Fells Elevation = 865 m (2838 ft) Grid ref… …   Wikipedia

  • Musical Stones of Skiddaw — Der Berg Skiddaw Als Musical Stones of Skiddaw (deutsch: Lithophon von Skiddaw) wird ein Lithophon im Keswick Museum and Art Gallery in Keswick, in der Grafschaft Cumbria in Großbritannien bezeichnet. Die Klangsteine dieses Instruments wurden aus …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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