Tweedsmuir


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Tweedsmuir

(ˈtwiːdzmjʊə)
n
(Biography) Baron Tweedsmuir the title of Scottish novelist John Buchan. See Buchan
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At North Bay's former Tweedsmuir Elementary School, the tenants are interesting and varied: a lawyer, visual artists, mental health professionals, a yoga studio, and the Canadian Cancer Society have all found a home here, embracing their differences to create a unique work environment.
1940: John Buchan, Scottish novelist who became Lord Tweedsmuir, died.
Bingham and Saleh were caught on CCTV on bikes in the run-up to the incident in streets including City Road, Tweedsmuir Road, and Splott Road.
Bingham and Saleh were caught on CCTV on bikes in the run-up to the incident on streets including City Road, Tweedsmuir Road, and Splott Road.
5 metres (438 ft) at Whitelaw Brae, near the village of Tweedsmuir.
He became Governor General of Canada in 1935 and was created Baron Tweedsmuir.
The chicken mayonnaise filling was one of 12 items being sold out of date at the Bargain Booze store on Tweedsmuir Road in Tremorfa, Cardiff.
This year the event has a new route which heads west from Peebles, taking in Stobo, Tweedsmuir and St Mary's Loch.
On the other hand, the Scottish novelist John Buchan, who as Lord Tweedsmuir served as Canada's governor general in the 1930s, provides evidence that with some Scots or Irish, contact with Indigenous peoples led to improvement of the newcomer.
Which English cricketer's autobiography, Baron Tweedsmuir better known?