Grampian Mountains

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Gram·pi·an Mountains

 (grăm′pē-ən)
A mountain range in the southern part of the Scottish Highlands, extending northeast to southwest and including Ben Nevis, 1,343 m (4,406 ft), the highest point in Britain.
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Grampian Mountains

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1. (Placename) a mountain system of central Scotland, extending from the southwest to the northeast and separating the Highlands from the Lowlands. Highest peak: Ben Nevis, 1344 m (4408 ft)
2. (Placename) a mountain range in SE Australia, in W Victoria
Also called: the Grampians
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