Isle of Skye

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Noun1.Isle of Skye - an island of northwestern Scotland noted for its rugged mountain scenery
Inner Hebrides - islands between the Outer Hebrides and the western coast of Scotland
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A Northern Constabulary Police spokesman said: ``A 67-year-old man, one of a party of three climbing Pinnacle Ridge in the Cuillins, Isle of Skye, fell a considerable distance, mostly on scree, when a rock he was holding onto gave way.
Donald Nicolson, 30, died after a night-time walk on the shores of the Isle of Skye.
Youngsters from Elgol Primary School on the Isle of Skye entered the idea in a contest run by the Science Centre in Glasgow.
One of Mrs Bradbury's favourite paintings, called The Bluebell Wood, will be on display along with The Old Boat watercolour by her husband, done during a trip to the Isle of Skye last year.
Our scrumptious Scotch Beef & Ale Pie uses Skye Black Ale sourced from the Isle of Skye Brewing Company.
Candidates for the most remote are the castle in Northumberland and a lake set in mountains on the Isle of Skye.
Tonight on the last programme of the series, Dewi travels to Scotland's Isle of Skye to attempt to conquer the classic Kulme ridge route.
Tom McAlister (below) has repeatedly refused to pay the pounds 5.20 toll to cross from the Isle of Skye to the Scottish mainland as one of hundreds of people who claim the fee is invalid because it was not the subject of a properly published notice.
Or you can head north, with our second offer, to the fabulous and famed Isle of Skye where stunning views and friendly locals await you.
Steven Gillies will launch the vessel, called, on the Isle of Skye next week.