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  • proper noun A peninsula in western Scotland, in the south-west of Argyll and Bute.

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Examples

  • We were in Kintyre, a stone's throw from Kilmartin Glen and Dunadd, in the middle of a critical mass of standing stones, ancient forts, and well fought-over castles.

    Climate Control as computer game

  • Last year on Arran we could look across to Ardrossan and see ten or a dozen on the hills above, while over on the other side the spine of Kintyre is covered with them.

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  • Last year on Arran we could look across to Ardrossan and see ten or a dozen on the hills above, while over on the other side the spine of Kintyre is covered with them.

    Local Democracy

  • At Kintyre, which is 1,600km north-east of Perth, the company will restart an exploration program to confirm the resource and verify previous work and re-establish an exploration camp and infrastructure, the company said in a statement.

    The Australian | News |

  • In summer, a roll-on roll-off ferry makes the short crossing to Claonaig in Kintyre.

    Freewheeling Around Europe

  • Campbeltown is on the Mull of Kintyre, made famous by Paul McCartney and Wings, and I knew the piper who plays the solo on the record, so there!

    Jill McGown, in her own words

  • The new tee has been borrowed from the Kintyre Course.

    Breaking down all 18 holes of British Open host Turnberry

  • Machrihanish is five miles from Campbeltown, on the other side of the Kintyre peninsula, and was reached by bus; as a child, I would wait expectantly and then squeal with delight when I saw the sea.

    Jill McGown, in her own words

  • Twice a day the ocean tidal surge of water is funnelled between the long coast of Kintyre and the equally long Isle of Jura; the bulge of water is squished through a shallow and narrow channel between the North Coast of Jura and the Island of Scarba at 9 knots.

    27 July -- Bl Titus Brandsma, O. Carm.

  • Twice a day the ocean tidal surge of water is funnelled between the long coast of Kintyre and the equally long Isle of Jura; the bulge of water is squished through a shallow and narrow channel between the North Coast of Jura and the Island of Scarba at 9 knots.

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