from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A borough of central Scotland on the Forth River west-northwest of Edinburgh. Its medieval castle was the birthplace of James II of Scotland. Population: 32,200.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A Scottish city, formerly in Stirlingshire.
- proper n. A Scottish habitational surname derived from the town.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
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Steve Stirling is fond of saying “needs must when the Devil drives.”
Stirling is reachable as a day-trip from either Edinburgh or Strathardle and the dates are during the period when Greek Helen is usually here, who could hold the fort in my absence.
This year I holiday in Stirling and St Andrews - yarn shops conspicuous by their general absence.
Stirling is smart and talented enough that he could get a policy analyst job and try to influence policy making.
Stirling is smart and talented enough that he could do something really meaningful and positive.
(Heck, Stirling is smart enough and talented enough to start his own think tank.)
In those days, there was a Staffed police station in Stirling Town Centre with a Chief Superintendent, Chief Inspectors, Three Inspectors, Sergeants and most important Constables and wpcs.
S.M. Stirling is a writer by trade, born in France but Canadian by origin and American by naturalization, living in New Mexico at present.
[Bill Osterman's 'Trenton Facts' website has an extensive story detailing his research into determining that Santiago evidently lives in Stirling, just up the hill from Plainfield (see more here).]
I'll be honest, of all the seats, Stirling is one I would absolutely love SNP to take.