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Possible Answers: EWE, EWES.

Last seen on: –The Washington Post Crossword – Jun 3 2019
LA Times Crossword 3 Jun 19, Monday
Canadiana Crossword – Mar 25 2019
Premier Sunday – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Mar 17 2019
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-Irish Times Simplex Crossword – Nov 22 2017


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Random information on the term “EWE”:

Isle of Ewe (Scottish Gaelic: Eilean Iùbh) is a small Scottish island on the west coast of Ross and Cromarty. There are two competing theories about the meaning of the name; it may be derived from the Old Irish eo, “yew tree”, or alternatively from the Gaelic eubh, “echo”, reflecting a place-name on the adjoining mainland.

The island is inhabited by a single family, the Grants, who have lived at the Main House in the south of the island since the mid-19th century. The island is privately owned by J.I.H. Macdonald-Buchanan and leased to the Grants. The island previously had more families, but these left during the Second World War, when Loch Ewe was used as an important naval anchorage. The isolated position of the island meant that the children had to endure a round trip each day of about 26 miles (42 km) by boat and bus to attend school.

The Isle of Ewe is located in Loch Ewe, west of Aultbea in the Ross and Cromarty district of the Highland Region. The island is made up of two principal types of sandstone (Torridonian with acidic soil in the north, Permian or Triassic with more fertile soil in the south) and the shore line varies from flat pebble beaches to cliffs. It is part of the Wester Ross National Scenic Area, one of 40 in Scotland.

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