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The tump is round and now has trees growing on top.
Its prominence of 64 metres qualifies it as a Tump.
With cautious fingers he explored the tender tump on one temple.
The meeting place was a mound known as Bledisloe Tump.
Creeland had girded two pack bags with a tump line.
Reaching through, he whipped out a long tump line that lay beside the wannigan box.
One knot tightened - a fashion with tump lines that Harry had found troublesome in the past.
We'll call him a tump for short.
Alphonse pinned him to the ground and strapped him with the tump line.
An old early Norman motte and bailey tump sits behind trees in the village next to the public house.
A coup against Tump breaks out and the foursome once again manage to escape with their lift.
The tump line, oily and pliable yielded at intervals.
He flipped the tump line to the floor; rising, he stretched and wabbled toward the door.
The tump is thought to have been a barrow but no burial remains have been found there.
Baskets may be carried with the aid of tump lines tied around the carrier's forehead; at times, pack horses are used.
In the past 20 years extensive damage has occurred to both the tump and surrounding areas, caused primarily by illegal off-road motorcycles.
Newton Tump is the remains of a motte and bailey castle 3 miles southeast of the village.
There is also an ancient burial mound referred to as "The Tump" across the main road A44 from the pub.
These remains have led the local people of Risca and Cwmcarn to call it "The tump".
Historically, voyageurs often employed a tump line on their head to carry a load on their back.
The feature known as the tump is new, made up mainly of spill from the Second Severn Crossing.
Tump may refer to:
An unty tump is a molehill, unty being local dialect for a mole.
The canoes landed; the guides lashed paddles to the cross-braces and arranged leather tump lines between.
Early in the year, John and Charles Wesley preached in the open air on the Tump.