Baliol


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Baliol

(ˈbeɪlɪəl) or

Balliol

n
1. (Biography) Edward. ?1283–1364, king of Scotland (1332, 1333–56)
2. (Biography) his father, John. 1249–1315, king of Scotland (1292–96): defeated and imprisoned by Edward I of England (1296)
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The exact address is Baliol Cottage, near Dumfries.
Passed away peacefully at De Baliol Care Home on Thursday 22nd February 2018 aged 92 years.
Peacefully in De Baliol Care Home, on 9th November 2017, aged 69 years.
But Detective Chief Inspector Alan Burton said officers want to speak to anyone with information about the attempted rape of a 24-year-old in Baliol Lane in Glasgow's west end on November 27, 2011.
The burglary happened at a property on Baliol Croft in Long Newton, Stockton, some time between 5.
The incident was alleged to have taken place in Baliol Lane on November 27, 2011, which is less than a mile from where Pacteau met Karen Buckley.
Contract Award Notice: Repoint Chimney Stack at No~s 32 - 34 Baliol St.
Participating schools are: Baliol School, Cartmel Prior, Dallam, John Ruskin, Kirkbie Kendal, The Lakes, Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Katherine, Sandgate, Settlebeck and Kendal College.
Baliol Holloway memorably described the actor's point of view in 1934: "On a clear day you can just about see the boiled shirts in the first row.
The Memorial production of Julius Caesar that premiered on 15 April 1941--directed by Andrew Leigh, and starring the Old Bensonite Gerald Kay Souper as Julius Caesar, George Hayes as Brutus, Baliol Holloway as Cassius and Godfrey Kenton as Antony--has been described by John Ripley as "unremarkable" (1980: 340n6).
Guy, 29, of Wavers Marston, Marston Green, and Taylor, 29, of Baliol House, Grandy's Croft, Chelmsley Wood, were both jailed for 21 months.
In "Fifth Scene," in Baliol Cottage, Scotland, Noel Vanstone's loss of comfort and security lead inexorably to his death (440).