Definition of 'Cotswold'
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The cottages along Green Lane, solid little buildings of Cotswold stone, were copies of each other. WIDOW'S ENDI glanced out the window at the rolling countryside and said, `Well, I suppose I could manage the little Cotswold Hills. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)His destination was Chobham Common, a long way from his Cotswold home. A SONG AT TWILIGHT
It was lined with buildings made of grayish-orange Cotswold limestone, tourist facilities mostly - china shops, map stores, tearooms. BABYCAKES (1989)
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