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.

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
References in classic literature ?
At our first practice Peter had started gaily in, rushing through the first line with no thought whatever of punctuation--" My name is Norval on the Grampian Hills.
Perkins, sarcastically, "your name might be Norval if you were never on the Grampian Hills.
It was originally bred by Alexander McNab in the Grampian Hills of Scotland in the year 1865.
This beautiful, parkland course in Perthshire is at the foot of the Grampian hills among pine and birch, and heather.