Cheviot

• (n.) A valuable breed of mountain sheep in Scotland, which takes its name from the Cheviot hills. • (n.) A woolen fabric, for men`s clothing.
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Cheviot

noun hardy hornless sheep of the Cheviot Hills noted for its short thick wool
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Cheviot

[New Zealand electorate] Cheviot was a parliamentary electorate in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand, from 1858 to 1890. It was named after what was then one of the country`s largest sheep stations, Cheviot Hills. ==Population centres== The initial 24 New Zealand electorates were defined by Governor George Grey in March 1853, based on th...
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Cheviot

Chev'i·ot noun 1. A valuable breed of mountain sheep in Scotland, which takes its name from the Cheviot hills. 2. A woolen fabric, for men's clothing.
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Cheviot

A breed of sheep that originated on the Cheviot Hills along the border of England and Scotland . Its history traces at least to 1372. It was introduced to the United States in 1838, from Scotland . Cheviot are distinctive white-faced sheep with wool-free face and legs. They have black muzzles and feet.
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cheviot

A breed of sheep.
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Cheviot

A hardy breed named after the range of hills it originates from in northern England. It tends to be short legged but produces good quality meat.
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Cheviot

breed of hardy, medium-wool, white-faced, hornless sheep developed in Scotland and Northumberland, England. Cheviots have no wool on their heads and ...
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Cheviot

Cheviot (shiv'ēut, shev'–) , city (1990 pop. 9,616), Hamilton co., extreme SW Ohio, a residential suburb of Cincinnati; settled early 1800s, inc. 1904. It has diverse light manufacturing industries.
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cheviot

coarse heavy plain or twilled wool or worsted
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Cheviot

HMS Cheviot was a British C Class destroyer of 1710 tons displacement launched in 1944. HMS Cheviot was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 34 knots and carried a crew of 186. She was armed with four 4.5 inch dual-purpose guns; four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; six 20 mm anti-aircraft guns; four 21-inch torpedo tubes....
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cheviot

woollen fabric made originally from the wool of Cheviot sheep and now also made from other types of wool or from blends of wool and man-made fibres ...
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Cheviot

[n] - hardy hornless sheep of the Cheviot hills noted for its wool
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