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Dumfriesshire

(dʌmˈfriːsˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
n
(Placename) (until 1975) a county in S Scotland, on the Solway Firth, now part of Dumfries and Galloway
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Dumfrieshire organiser of Scotland's Garden Scheme, Sarah Landale, said: "Both places offer the most wonderful collection of snowdrops and great winter walks to shake off those winter blues."
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THE Northern Area season resumes after a two-week break with tomorrow's Dumfrieshire & Stewartry fixture at Overton Farm, Crossford which has attracted 86 entries on a six-race card starting at 12.30pm.
Next, in inclement weather, I entrained to Lockerbie in Dumfrieshire for three months' sapper training, which was also tough!
Robert Robinsonexplained:"Distillery is the farm and stud I own in Annan, Dumfrieshire,asitusedtobeaJohnnie Walker distillery up to just before the first world war.
A single man, Mr McMurdo hailed from Dumfrieshire in Scotland and lived in Plymouth.
Entitled to a deferment because of her father's diplomatic position, Miss Lie nonetheless chose to serve her country, receiving her training at Maxwelton House in Dumfrieshire, Scotland.
Whilst, Lockerbie Creamery in Dumfrieshire, Scotland won gold for its mild white cheddar; Taw Valley Creamery in North Tawton, Devon won gold for its reduced fat cheese; and Reece's Creamery in Malpas, Cheshire won gold for its Caerphilly cheese.
dialect of his home district around Langholm in Dumfrieshire, but its
Lee Edgar, 29, of Annan, Dumfrieshire: "I've been before and it has never rained so hopefully I'll be a lucky charm.