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(Placename) a town in E central Scotland, in Clackmannanshire. Pop: 3450 (2001)


(klækˈmæn ən)

a historic county in central Scotland. Also called Clack•man•nan•shire (klækˈmæn ənˌʃɪər, -ʃər)
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All night, then, we walked through the north side of the Carse under the high line of the Ochil mountains; and by Alloa and Clackmannan and Culross, all of which we avoided: and about ten in the morning, mighty hungry and tired, came to the little clachan of Limekilns.
Division 1A: Braehead 1-1 MLS Leeds; Carbrain 3-1 Stirling Ams; Clackmannan Community 4-3 Westquarter Violet; Dunipace Juns 4-1 Dollar Glen; Harestanes Utd P-P Condorrat; Campsie v Springhill Ams (home win awarded).
Nelson committed his crimes in Edinburgh and Clackmannan.
Kerrie Milne, 35, and partner Owen Keen, 34, of Clackmannan, paid builder John Johnstone PS15,500 to create a physiotherapy room for disabled son Cooper.
Mr Neil announced the Au50,000 fund on a visit to Clackmannan whose development trust was established in direct response to issues faced in its historic town centre and across the wider community.
The scene of a microlight crash close to Kennet village near Clackmannan
But Labour's Lord O'Neill of Clackmannan, chairman of the trade and industry select committee from 1995 to 2005, attacked the leniency of the bans.
Dad-of-one Stuart Clark, 44, suffered injuries while a party was being held in his street in Devonway, Clackmannan, on March 27.
A spokesman said that Mr Browne would also meet Labour peer Lord O'Neill of Clackmannan, a member of the Mull of Kintyre group, and to consider the report it has drawn up.
Meanwhile, the former Clackmannan all-rounder could make his first Scotland appearance for fourteen years at the ICC Emerging Nations Trophy in Dubai in February.
The loo, at Kirk Wynd, Clackmannan, in windswept North-East Scotland, would have cost pounds 12,000 to repair - which is the council's entire budget for maintenance and repairs of their toilets for the year.
Dunblane and Clackmannan MSP Keith Brown has highlighted figures which show that 93 per cent of those polled by market research firm YouGov are satisfied by the service from the NHS.