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  • proper n. A town in Aberdeenshire.

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Examples

  • After a short leave in Fraserburgh with many misgivings on the way, we returned to Blythe and a short while later I was sent to Derby to help in the defense of Rolls Royce works manning Bofors for the first time.

    Thomas Hawksworth

  • Tactical Nuclear Penguin has been unveiled by BrewDog of Fraserburgh.

    Russ Wellen: Beer Gone Nuclear Can Only Lead To Mutual Assured Destruction

  • Since then there have been 250 sightings – compared with only a few dozen each year on the west coast – from Fraserburgh in Aberdeenshire to Montrose in Angus to Stirling and Berwick-upon-Tweed.

    Fear and Awe As Sea Eagles Spread 8ft Wings | Impact Lab

  • The helicopter, reportedly operated by offshore helicopter company Bond, ditched about 35 miles off the coast of Crimond, between Fraserburgh and Peterhead, in northeast Scotland, the MCA said.

    Helicopter Carrying BP Workers Crashes in North Sea

  • This run of scrummy Indian food comes to a full stop in Fraserburgh.

    North eastern curries

  • If the brands had been removed from sale it would have had serious impact on BrewDog who are based in the town of Fraserburgh, Scotland and have picked up a string of awards over the last year with the most recent accolade being the Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust 'Young Entrepreneur of the Year' award.

    Microbrewer BrewDog slaps down Portman Group

  • Stornoway Coastguard received a "Mayday" at ten to seven this morning by the Fraserburgh register fishing vessel 'Faithful Friend II' stating that they were taking on water 0.5 miles southwest of the Bayble Isle, Isle of Lewis and the three crew were taking to the liferaft.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • I reckon he'll turn back just outside Porthmadog - they certainly don't speak English there and while in Fraserburgh or Peterheid, they may officially speak English, but even someone like me born and brought up in Scotland is struggling.

    Not a very well planned walk

  • Sir Thomas Blake Glover was born in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, in 1838, the son of an English Royal Navy officer.

    Has the Madam Butterfly mystery been solved?

  • Anyone likely to be up in Fraserburgh from Edinburgh next week?

    Object of desire....

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