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  • Biggar is a small town located outside of Saskatoon.

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  • Eventually, we left Kara's mum and dad with gushes of gratitude, poor Alan looking the worse for wear but soldiering on, bless him, to give the three of us a lift back to Edinburgh since Biggar is a bit out of the way (Peter: "Really, you could just drop of us off at the local station", Jim: "That would be Edinburgh Waverley.").

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  • Boasting the world-record typical whitetail, a buck that scored 213 5/8 Boone & Crockett points, taken near Biggar in 1993; and with innumerable entries in the record books, the province has a deserved reputation as being the place to go if you want a chance at a buck of a lifetime.

    Hunting Monster Bucks with Saskatchewan's Tower Lodge Outfitting

  • That understanding of particular industries and what drives them is crucial every year, says Stephen Biggar, global director of equity research at Standard & Poor's.

    To the Bullish Went the Spoils

  • "The drivers are far different for biotech than they are for the utilities," for example, says Mr. Biggar.

    To the Bullish Went the Spoils

  • "Our tagline is 'Google analytics for the offline world,'" said Sharon Biggar , Path's co-founder.

    Latest Treasure Is Location Data

  • That was Saracens, against Treviso, on a rather poor weekend for English teams.23 Points kicked by Dan Biggar, Wales's forgotten fly-half, in the Ospreys' 28-21 victory over Biarritz, one of three wins against French teams for the Welsh regions.

    Up & Under: Australia flanker David Pocock reveals eating disorder

  • South ScotlandAtkinson Pryce Books 27 High Street, Biggar, Lanarkshire ML12 6DA, 01899 221225There's a homely, domestic feel to this shop, with armchairs by the fireplace and staff referring to the main space as the "sitting room".

    Independent bookshops in Scotland

  • I note that their address is 19 Biggar Avenue in Toronto:

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  • Scottish police said a teenager on a school trip was killed after the bus she was traveling in crashed into water near Biggar, 50 miles southwest of Glasgow.

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