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It passes the waterfalls of Low Force and High Force, and reaches the scattered settlement of Forest-in-Teesdale.
The river then passes the remnants of a Roman fort near Low Borrowbridge at the foot of Borrowdale, and flows through south Cumbria, finally meeting the Irish Sea at Plover Scar near Lancaster, after a total journey of about 44 miles ( 71 km ).
From there the route passes through Low and High Hawsker to the cliff tops of the east coast, where it rejoins the Cleveland Way.

Low and are
we are stronger and more self-confident -- and Low cannot so easily put us to rights.
( c ) Ligeantia localis, by operation of law, when a friendly alien enters the country, because so long as they are in the country they are within the Sovereign's protection, therefore they owe the Sovereign a local obedience or allegiance ( R v Cowle ( 1759 ) 2 Burr 834 ; Low v Routledge ( 1865 ) 1 Ch App 42 ; Re Johnson, Roberts v Attorney-General 1 Ch 821 ; Tingley v Muller 2 Ch 144 ; Rodriguez v Speyer AC 59 ; Johnstone v Pedlar 2 AC 262 ; R v Tucker ( 1694 ) Show Parl Cas 186 ; R v Keyn ( 1876 ) 2 Ex D 63 ; Re Stepney Election Petn, Isaacson v Durant ( 1886 ) 17 QBD 54 );
Conversely the use of true brass seems to have declined in Western Europe during this period in favour of gunmetals and other mixed alloys but by the end of the first Millennium AD brass artefacts are found in Scandinavian graves in Scotland, brass was being used in the manufacture of coins in Northumbria and there is archaeological and historical evidence for the production of brass in Germany and The Low Countries areas rich in calamine ore which would remain important centres of brass making throughout the medieval period, especially Dinant – brass objects are still collectively known as dinanterie in French.
Low serves are also used frequently, either forehand or backhand.
Low concentrations are not a problem for bacteria because they simply ignore the waste that surrounds the metals, attaining extraction yields of over 90 % in some cases.
Low cost, availability, and portability are cited by practitioners as qualities which make this common writing tool a convenient, alternative art supply.
Low, broken-in, soft-soled, non-marking shoes, such as dance shoes, sneakers, or sandals, are recommended and, in some places, required.
The term " Low Fantasy " is used to represent other types of fantasy, however, so while comic fantasies may also correctly be classified as low fantasy, many examples of low fantasy are not comic in nature.
Low carbohydrate diets such as Atkins and Protein Power are relatively high in protein and fats.
Low surface brightness dwarf galaxies are important sources of information for studying dark matter, as they have an uncommonly low ratio of visible matter to dark matter, and have few bright stars at the center which would otherwise impair observations of the rotation curve of outlying stars.
In English, the terms poniard and dirk are loaned during the late 16th to early 17th century, the latter in the spelling dork, durk ( presumably via Low German, Dutch or Scandinavian dolk, dolch, ultimately from a West Slavic tulich ), the modern spelling dirk dating to 18th-century Scots.
Low explosives are compounds where the rate of decomposition proceeds through the material at less than the speed of sound.
Low explosives are normally employed as propellants.
Low percentage gels are very weak and may break when you try to lift them.
Low numbers ( below 31 and especially below 12 ) are popular because people play birthdays as their so-called lucky numbers ; hence a win in which these numbers are over-represented is more likely to result in a shared payout.
Low frequency inductors are constructed like transformers, with cores of electrical steel laminated to prevent eddy currents.
While Dutch is classified as a Low Franconian language, the Dutch Low Saxon varieties, which are also defined as Dutch dialects, form a dialect continuum with the Westphalian language.
Low temperature, starvation of the cells and high multiplicity of infection ( MOI ) are known to favor lysogeny ( see later discussion ).
Low male-to-female ratios are usually the result of a war, but these figures were lower than the sex ratio of 88. 3 males per 100 females recorded for 1953, the last year of the Korean War.
Low phosphate levels are an important limit to growth in some aquatic systems.

Low and lacking
Low trading volume can cause artificially low prices for securities, due to investors being apprehensive of investing in a company they perceive as possibly lacking liquidity.
Low on money and lacking coverage and promotion, the band recorded their second album, Strip-mine, attempting a more conventional song structure in an attempt to please Sire.
In early missions over France and the Low Countries there was no clear outcome on the success of the bomber's guns, as lacking radar, Luftwaffe interception efforts were disorganized.
Low end digital cameras lacking zoom, autofocus and flash are less common, their niche having been taken by camera phones.

Low and principal
Nevertheless, despite his Allies ' initial lassitude the campaign in the Low Countries ( the war's principal theatre ) began well for Marlborough.
The Low Countries c. 1700: the principal theatre during the Nine Years ' War.
He was appointed principal painter to the Archduke Albert of Austria, governor of the Low Countries, for whom he executed some of his finest works.
The line runs through central Glasgow, and the principal station on the line is Glasgow Queen Street ( Low Level ).
One is reputed to have been drawn by Sir Francis Dashwood himself, while the Tapestry Room, once ante-room to the adjoining former principal bedroom, is hung with tapestries given to the 1st Duke of Marlborough to celebrate his victories in the Low Countries.
Low was born in Cardston, Alberta, and was a farmer, school teacher and school principal.
Low yields are considered critical to the success of Châteauneuf-du-Pape with the principal grape varieties tending to make thin and bland wine when produced in higher quantities.
His principal works are his edition of the Sachsenspiegel ( in 3 vols, 1827, 3rd ed., 1861, containing also some other important sources of Saxon or Low German law ), which is still unsurpassed in accuracy and sagacity of research, and his book on Die Haus-und Hofmarken ( 1870 ), in which he has given a history of the use of trade-marks among all the Teutonic nations of Europe, and which is full of important elucidations of the history of law and also contains valuable contributions to the history of art and civilization.
The current principal is Miss Fuziah Binte Muhammad Taha, while the current vice-principals are Mr Ong, Mr Low and Mdm Mahiran, vice-principals of Fuhua.
Upon completion of principal photography, art director Max Parker assembled a rough cut that so confused studio heads they assigned Warren Low to re-edit it.

Low and roads
Low roads connect Neolithic ceremonial sites throughout Britain.
Low roads connect Neolithic ceremonial sites throughout Britain.
Low roads connect Neolithic ceremonial sites throughout Britain.
* Angel of the North ( 1998 ) – Low Fell ( overlooking the A1 and A167 roads ), Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England
To the south of the village, bounded by Woodhouse Lane, and the Roman roads of Park Lane and Hollow Lane lies the older Deer Park: this is divided into High Park and Low Park by the woodland path known as Ladies Walk.
Its route followed a number of country roads via a series of Turn Off To Stay On ( TOTSO )' s, passing through a number of villages including Lindale, High and Low Newton, Newby Bridge and Greenodd into the larger town of Ulverston.
The new housing estate and the original Barrowby centre are linked by two main roads called High Road and Low Road.

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