Arbroath

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Arbroath

(ɑːˈbrəʊθ)
n
(Placename) a port and resort in E Scotland, in Angus: scene of the barons of Scotland's declaration of independence to Pope John XXII in 1320. Pop: 22 785 (2001)
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The pictures of the reptile were posted on social media by someone claiming to be a dog walker - who said the crocodile followed him around the Keptie Pond in Arbroath, Scotland yesterday.
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Paul Barron, 29, of Blyth, Northumberland; Private Phillip Geoffrey Bowes, 21, of Marne Barracks, Catterick; Clive Carson, 32, of Wark, Northumberland; Joe Andrew Coyle, 22, of Arbroath, Scotland; James Robert Fisher, 29, of Crosby Ravensworth, Penrith, Cumbria; Andrew Richardson, 32, of Appleby, Cumbria; John Philip Norton, 47, from Northants; Gary Michael Robson, 30, from Newcastle; Michael Shield, 24, of Spennymoor; David Simpson, 39, of Christchurch Drive, Stockton; Ian Walker, 57, of Brisbane Grove, Hartburn, Stockton; Mark Stephen Waller, 27, of Essex Close, Redcar; David Watson, 54, of The Avenue, Nunthorpe.
They stole hundreds of thousands of pounds in the raids, which has not been recovered, before justice caught up with them in the car park in Arbroath, Scotland, last February.
The 32-year-old fell to his death from a cliff-top path near his then home in Arbroath, Scotland.
William was born in Arbroath, Scotland in 1935, son of James and Lily (Greenhowe) MacFarlane.
The most famous engineering achievement of the Stevenson family is undoubtedly the Bell Rock Sea Lighthouse, located on a dangerous reef eleven miles from Arbroath, Scotland. It was built between 1807 and 1811 by Robert Louis Stevenson's grandfather Robert (17721850).
A former British Army soldier, L/Cpl Taylor joined the Royal Marines in April 2004 and was assigned to 45 Commando, based in Arbroath, Scotland.
His colleague Captain Jody Wheelhouse, from 45 Commando, Arbroath, Scotland, admitted the same offence at an earlier hearing.
Lorraine, 54, formerly of Westerhope, Newcastle, and Michael, 56, formerly of Bradford, now live in Arbroath, Scotland, where they were married in front of 19 guests.