Glencoe


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Glencoe

(ɡlɛnˈkəʊ)
n
(Placename) a glen in W Scotland, in S Highland: site of a massacre of Macdonalds by Campbells and English troops (1692)
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But Ethel Harrogate had never before seen the southern parks tilted on the splintered northern peaks; the gorge of Glencoe laden with the fruits of Kent.
Wild mountains stood around it; there grew there neither grass nor trees; and I have sometimes thought since then, that it may have been the valley called Glencoe, where the massacre was in the time of King William.
Thursday, March 1, Glencoe Public Library, 320 Park Ave.
Recent snowfall means Scotland's oldest resort Glencoe has, for the first time, opened before the end of November.
Keith Emrick, a sixth-grade math teacher at Berwick, was among the first to use Glencoe Math from McGraw-Hill Education in the classroom.
THE National Trust for Scotland (NTS) has been accused of bullying after threatening a small Scottish business with legal action over use of the name Glencoe.
Lawyers for the NTS threatened Aboyne-based Hilltrek Outdoor Clothing with legal action over use of the name Glencoe, ordering it to stop selling its PS365 Glencoe waterproof jacket immediately.
20 June 2017 - Chicago, US-based middle-market private equity firm Glencoe Capital Management, LLC has acquired Ohio-based specialty food company Robert Rothschild Farm to expand product offerings to a diversified customer base by combining Rothschild with Glencoe-owned, fruit-based food manufacturer Clearbrook Farms in Ohio, US, the company said.
at the library, 320 Park Avenue in Glencoe, Illinois.
Joe Smith, 23, was killed along with fellow mountaineer Simon Davidson, 34, in Glencoe on Saturday.
Legend has it that feuding clans would resolve their differences by setting sail for a small nub of land which became known as the Isle of Discussion in the centre of Loch Leven, near Glencoe.