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- proper noun A former
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- noun a design consisting of a pattern of varicolored diamonds on a solid background (originally for knitted articles); patterned after the tartan of a clan in western Scotland
- noun a covered gravy holder of silver or other metal containing a detachable central vessel for hot water to keep the gravy warm
- noun a sock knitted or woven with an argyle design (usually used in the plural)
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The mitre of the Bishop of Argyll is pictured below ...
Airspace over Scotland's Outer Hebrides was closed, affecting Stornoway, Tiree, Barra and Benbecula airports, with Campeltown in Argyll also closed.
Some council sources, meanwhile, said they were uncomfortable subsidising policing from education budgets, as is the case in areas such as Argyll and Ayrshire.
Dad was posted to Palestine with the 1st Battalion Argyll &
My own interest in Stalag 18A stems from my late father, Sgt George Brown of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, who was a POW there.
There we will meet Rachel and her family, who will have driven up the face of England, and Alexander and his, who will have come down from Argyll.
I cast it on on the train to Glasgow on Friday; finished it and cast on one for the other foot on the bus from Cairndow (in Argyll) to Glasgow yesterday.
On the 1st of November 1938, aged 18 years, he enlisted in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders at
Such areas include Argyll & Bute in Scotland, Merthyr Tydfil in Wales, Middlesbrough in the north-east, Sefton in the north-west and a smattering of constituencies further south such as Gloucester and Plymouth.
This is a remnant of the ancient Forest of Caledon that is reputed to have once stretched from the Beauly Firth to the Argyll coast.