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Cawsand and Kingsand are twin villages in southeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is situated on the Rame Peninsula and is in the parish of Maker-with-Rame.

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Google previewA book of the west (1899)

being an introduction to Devon and Cornwall by Sabine Baring-Gould

Near Cawsand is a rock with a white sparry formation on it, like the figure of a ...

Google previewA Handbook for Travellers in Devon (1895)

by John Murray

From Belstone to Cawsand is a steady ascent of about 2 m., and the tourist may cross the hill, descending on Throwleigh, and proceeding thence through picturesque lanes to Chagford. (The walk will be about 10 m., sometimes over very ...

Google previewWhat Now Skipper? (2009)

Test Your Navigation and Seamanship Skills and Learn from Expert Answers by Bill Anderson, Chris Beeson

A Cawsand is a non-starter, a lee shore with a two and a half mile fetch in an easterly Force 4 and uncertain holding — not a good idea. The western entrance in 100 yards visibility has little appeal, the poor visibility will deter many from setting ...

Google previewThe dictionary of watering places ... at home and abroad (1883)

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The facilities for bathing are very small, there being only one place for ladies, beneath the Hoe, a few machines at Richmond Walk, and a small station at Cawsand, a little village outside the Breakwater. One of the main attractions is the Hoe, ...

Google previewA Dictionary ... of Commerce and Commercial Navigation ... (1877)

by John Ramsay McCulloch

From an imaginary line drawn from the Mewstone to Penlee Point : — On ships boarded or quitted nrHhbut those limits On ships boarded or quitted feitAift those limits prom Cawsand Bar „ Plymouth Sound „ Catwater Sutton Pool To Cawsand ...

Google previewThe Telegraph Dictionary, and Seamen's Signal Book (1845)

Adapted to Signals by Flags Or Other Semaphores; and Arranged for Secret Correspondence, Through Morse's Electro-magnetic Telegraph: for the Use of Commanders of Vessels, Merchants, &c by Henry J. Rogers

Cawsand Bay. Cayenne. Celebes or Macassar. Cemlyn Bay. Cephalonia. Cerigo . Cette. Ceuta. Ceylon. Chaleur Bay. Chaperon Light. Chapel Light. Charabon. Charente. Charles, Cape. Charleston. Chat, Cape. Chatham. Chedabucto.

Google previewThe nautical gazetteer; or, Dictionary of maritime geography (1847)

CAWSAND TOWN and BAY, on the W. side of Plymouth sound, a place of secure anchorage from N.W. and S.W. winds, in from 5 and 6 fathoms. The best anchorage is with Penlee point S.W. or S.W. by S.; Cawsand town N.W.; ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1911)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved

Cawsand, Corn. 9-4 30 (VI. D3) ; 21-862 ...

Google previewDictionary of Pub Names (2006)

Cawsand Beacon refers to a specific beacon on Dartmoor. Beaconsfield Tavern London W8. Also Beaconsfield Arms at Southall. The Earl of Beaconsfield, otherwise Benjamin Disraeli (1804-81), statesman and novelist, was prime minister on ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland (1833)

Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton

Cawsand Bay was of great importance during the last war, being very capacious, and the spot where the triumphant navy of England constantly anchored during that period. There is a beacon on Penlee Point. CAVERTOWN, shire of ...

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Scrabble value of C3A1W4S1A1N1D2

The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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