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Katrine

(ˈkætrɪn)
n
(Placename) a lake in central Scotland, east of Loch Lomond: noted for its associations with Sir Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake. Length: about 13 km (8 miles)
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Kat•rine

(ˈkæ trɪn)

n.
Loch, a lake in central Scotland. 8 mi. (13 km) long.
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Construction of flats in Callander have been blamed for causing communication problems at a new ecocamp site 10 miles away on the shores of Loch Katrine.
A pirate-themed weekend is taking place at Loch Katrine on the Steamship SirWalter Scott and Lady of The Lake on July 21-22.
A new PS300,000 eco camp has opened on the shores of Loch Katrine which many consider one of the birthplaces of Scottish tourism.
Young musicians from Callander celebrated International Children's Day at Loch Katrine.
One of the Stirling area's most popular tourism attractions has launched an ambitious expansion programme Operators of the Sir Walter Scott steamship and Lady of the Lake plan to increase their Loch Katrine cruises by 50 per cent.
A new season of cruises on Loch Katrine by the Sir Walter Scott Steamship Company launches this weekend.
A section of road on the north shore of Loch Katrine has been re-opened following the completion of repair work after a land slip.
The genetically pure youngsters were born to two mothers, Lossie and Katrine, and are a major boost for efforts to save the species.
The kittens are settling in to life at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS) Highland Wildlife Park near Kingussie with their mothers Katrine and Lossie.
A significant amount of work is still required to make the north shoreline of Loch Katrine safer following a series of landslips earlier this month, according to the area's MSP.
Petrolia NOCO is pleased to announce the appointment of Linn Katrine Hoie as Managing Director with effect from 5th August 2019.
The landfall was heading towards Loch Katrine in Stirlingshire and Glengyle House, built by Rob Roy, was in its path.