Argyllshire


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Argyllshire

(ɑːˈɡaɪlˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) (until 1975) a county of W Scotland, part of Strathclyde region (1975–96), now part of Argyll and Bute
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I was impressed and surprised at the quality of Bahrain's police band," said the veteran from Cambeltown, Argyllshire.
Other highlights include: the acclaimed Shetland-set road movie Moon Dogs, along with a live Q&A with actor Christy O'Donnell; The Islands And The Whales, a stunning insight into the traditional pilot whale hunters of the Faroe Islands as they deal with the ethics of maintaining controversial traditions; Isabelle Huppert plays a passionate middleaged academic re-assessing life after an unforeseen divorce in Things To Come; a late-night screening of the cult 1960s French-Italian horror Eyes Without A Face; and a hand-picked selection of fascinating short films filmed in Argyllshire in the last 18 months by young people in Dunoon and surrounding areas.
The JP contract includes 26 of its titles in Scotland, while the Wyvex Media deal covers the Argyllshire Advertiser, Arran Banner, Cambpeltown Courier and Oban Times.
Natasha Watson, pictured below, is an 18-year-old ballet dancer from Falkirk who studies at Ballet West, a ballet school in Argyllshire which has strong links with Northumbria University.
nuclear submarines (the loch is located at Dunoon, Argyllshire, Scotland).
Low was born in 1815 at Rothsay, Argyllshire and worked at Chester as senior engineer on the Chester to Holyhead Railway.
00 Departs May to July, September & October 2014 Best of Scotland's Lochs & Highlands A two-centre break with a full and varied itinerary, combining the magnificent loch and mountain scenery of the Highlands, with two nights on the shores of Loch Fyne, in scenic Argyllshire.
1973 Nine people died today after fire swept through the two-star Esplanade Hotel, in Oban, Argyllshire.
Her childhood home was a colonial residence on Hong Kong's exclusive Peak, built by her father who, true to his Scottish roots, named it Ardsheal after his Argyllshire home town.
50) I have not identified a plausible candidate for 'McColl', but Baxter may be referring here to the Argyllshire branch of his own Scottish forebears.