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  • adj. relating to the Highlands.


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  • The change in the feeling with which the Lowlanders regarded the highland scenery was closely connected with a change not less remarkable in the feeling with which they regarded the Highland race.

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 3

  • HIGHLAND Company admits tax crime • Chevron Commercial Inc. of Highland pleaded guilty Top News Headlines

  • HIGHLAND, Utah (ABC 4 News) - A grease fire burned down a home in Highland Friday afternoon.

    ABC 4: Top Stories

  • HIGHLAND, Utah (ABC 4 News) - A grease fire got out of control, gutting a home in Highland.

    ABC 4: Top Stories

  • HIGHLAND - Though the scoreboard might not show it, Highland continued to show it is on its way back to being competitive in the Northwest Crossroads Conference against tough Andrean as the 59ers dominated the second half and won 28-0.


  • HIGHLAND - The shell of a burnt-out home still stands on 6800 West in Highland, framing the mountain view with jagged black pieces of fire-damaged wood. - Utah

  • Baptiste and Carteret sang the dialect songs of the wilderness; Duncan Forbes amused us with what he called a Highland fling, and Pemecan, to the accompaniment of outlandish chanting, danced an Indian war-dance.

    The Cryptogram A Story of Northwest Canada

  • The one word that springs to mind when you take a glance at the gorgeous Princeton Residence in Highland Park, Texas, is ‘grace’.

    N85 Residence in New Delhi

  • Ah, Pedro, mi amigo; Dawg was unaware that you were acquainted with the Jovel Valley in Highland Chiapas at 7,000 feet.

    About Ajijic, food, music, people, and the "social life"

  • It has been as cold as a witches patoot in Highland Chiapas this winter and I nearly kicked the bucket as well.

    Neighborhoods of Merida


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