Albyn


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Al´byn


n.1.Scotland; esp. the Highlands of Scotland.
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"This is supported by the fact that the largest office deal reported in Aberdeen for this quarter was Beauchamp Investments Ltd's purchase of 28 Albyn Place for a reported PS4.75m."
She has hit many high notes in the northeast as co-creator of VSA's highly successful Sing, Sing, Sing event and as former director of music at Albyn School.
Supporters congregated on Albyn Road at about 1.30pm before making their way down Union Street and finishing at Castlegate.
They finished sixth overall, taking the Albyn Garage SRC Challengers win in the process.
A GP from Albyn Medical Practice in Aberdeen visited Lawson at his home about 10 days later but he refused an examination.
Key components of the project will be a footpath along the eastern side of Sunter Street in front of St Andrews church connecting High Street and Dawson Street and the reconfiguration of the Rankine Street and Albyn Terrace intersection.
Following an investigation by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the director of nursing at the Albyn Hospital in Aberdeen was removed from the register.
? There was high drama at Albyn Park as 10-man BONNYRIGG ROSE staged a second-half fightback against BROXBURN to clinch the EOS title.
The company has three active mines in the Amur region: Pioneer, Malomir and Albyn.
Consultant psychiatrist and sleep specialist at BMI The Albyn Hospital in Aberdeen, Dr Olga Runciee thinks that there are benefits of having two showers when it comes to your sleep.
Consultant psychiatrist and sleep specialist at BMI The Albyn Hospital in Aberdeen, Dr Olga Runcie thinks that there are benefits of having two showers when it comes to your sleep.
Gaffer Kate Cameron will lead the Diamonds women out against Broxburn at Albyn Park as they begin their second season since reforming 12 months ago.