Tyne

[n] - a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea
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Tyne

River Tyne noun a river in northern England that flows east to the North Sea
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Tyne

• (n.) A prong or point of an antler. • (v. t.) To lose. • (v. i.) To become lost; to perish. • (n.) Anxiety; tine.
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Tyne

HMS Tyne was a British destroyer depot ship of 11000 tons launched in 1939. HMS Tyne was powered by four Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 17 knots and was armed with eight 4.5 inch guns, two multiple pompoms and several smaller guns.
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Tyne

Tyne (tīn) , river, c.62 mi (100 km) long, NE England, formed near Hexham, Northumberland, by the confluence of the North Tyne (33 mi/53 km long; rising in SW Cheviot Hills) and the South Tyne (32 mi/52 km long; rising in the N Pennines). The Tyne flows eastward through the Tyneside conurbatio...
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Tyne

River of northeast England formed by the union of the North Tyne (rising in the Cheviot Hills) and South Tyne (rising near Cross Fell in Cumbria) near Hexham, Northumberland, and reaching the North Sea at Tynemouth; length 72 km/45 mi. Kielder Water (1980) in the North Tyne Valley is Europe's largest artificial lake, 12 km/7.5 mi lo...
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Tyne

Tyne is an Irish surname. Tyne may also refer to: == See also == ...
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