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- n. Any one of a series of laws, passed before the American Civil War, sharply discriminating against free negroes who wished to emigrate to a northern state and become citizens thereof.
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No one will know that we were pilgrims beside the Font Stone, Covenanters at Wolf Craig, and Old Mortality where the grave is on Black Law, and the battlefield of Rullion Green.
Wind turbines are silhouetted against the sun at Black Law wind farm on January 29, 2010 in Black Law, Scotland.
According to Scottish Power the Black Law turbine farm in South Lanarkshire will be the biggest onshore project in the UK.
There are 64 wind farms in Scotland, the largest being Black Law in Lanarkshire, Braes of Doune near Stirling, Farr near Inverness, and Hadyard Hill in South Ayrshire, which was the first UK wind farm able to generate more than 100 megawatts of energy.