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"Mersea" is a musical EP of Sunparlour Players.

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Google previewCamping by the Waterside (2017)

The Best Campsites by Water in Britain and Ireland: 2nd edition by Stephen Neale

West Mersea is a great sailing location and there are no problems launching from the beach. Pitches are on hard-standing or grass, with electric hook-up. Grass pitches tend to be slightly larger. Showers are situated in the static caravan area, ...

Google previewEast Anglian Shores (2013)

by David Fairhall

Somewhere in Mersea is a bungalow named Molliette, built with the proceeds from the ...

Google previewVillages of Britain (2011)

The Five Hundred Villages that Made the Countryside by Clive Aslet

West Mersea is a day out. It is separated from normality by the Strood, a causeway that may first have been built by the Romans, now incorporated into the B1025, which disappears beneath water during twice-daily high tides to play a joke on ...

Google previewRailway Times (1887)

East Mersea is a sort of Robinson Crusoe Island nearer the sea, of which few people have ever heard. These are the two places which it is proposed to bring into "direct" communication with Cambridge, and the wilduess of the notion leads us ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2013)

by Scott Elias, Cary Mock

Mersea. Island,. Essex. Organic sediments occupying a broad channellike depressionareexposed atthe foot of thesea cliff. Arichbeetle assemblage was obtainedfrom nearthebaseof this sequence (Roe etal.,2009) comprising 52 taxa of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of British Place-Names (2011)

by David Mills

Mersea, East & Mersea , West Essex. Meresig early 10th cent, Meresai 1086 (DB). 'Island of the pool'.

Google previewMultilingual Dictionary of Fish and Fish Products (2009)

by OECD: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

Commercialise ́e souvent sous le nom de la localite ́ d'e ́levage: WHITSTABLE NATIVE, COLCHESTER, PYEFLEET, HELFORD, FAL ou MERSEA. Voir aussi + HUÎTRE. DAN: Hornfisk DUT: Geep FIN: Nokkakala GER: Hornhecht GRE: ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales (1832)

by William Cobbett

pa- MERSEA (East), 7 miles S.E. from Colchester. Popula. 282. MERSEA (West), 7} miles S. from Colchester. Popula. 772.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1903)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

Mersea, East: see Mersea. – Island 34 9 J2.

Google previewThe Complete Costume Dictionary (2011)

by Elizabeth J. Lewandowski

Mersea pattens: See backsters. merveilleux: Lustrous silk or silk and cotton blend in twill weave. Used in coat linings. mesal: Bulgaria. 1. Single-width kilt. 2. Three meter long kerchief with embroidered ornaments at ends. mésange: Bustle ...

Google previewPansegrouw's Crossword Dictionary (1994)

by Louisa Pansegrouw

Lundy, Mersea, Sheppy, ...

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