kentish kentish


  1. (n) one of the major dialects of Old English
  2. (n) a dialect of Middle English


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    It is quite true that learning to fly can be life changing and anyone can experience it. It was a rare spring morning in London. The ubiquitous damp grey cloud cover was giving way to patches of blue as British Rail's 6:27 train pulled out of London’s Victoria Station. Soon, the urban landscape changed to fields, woodlands, and tiny villages as we pressed on into the Kentish countryside. My ...
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  1. "On behalf of all Ministers, I want to thank the people of Kentish for their kindness and hospitality over the past two days. Coming to beautiful and creative places like Kentish, receiving such a warm welcome, and listening to the great stories and...
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: David Bartlett Source: Tasmanian Government Media Releases (press release)

  2. "Kentish Town used to be quite tough and edgy but now there are Labradors here and this could be a village in the Cotswolds," says Mr Coren.
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: Giles Coren Source: Hampstead and Highgate Express

  3. "Virtual water, glass fountains, had replaced the tired Kentish shore as a place of pilgrimage," wrote Iain Sinclair in an essay on the site, for the London Review of Books.
    on May 27, 2008 By: Iain Sinclair Source:

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