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(ˈlæn ərk)

a historic county in S Scotland. Also called Lan′ark•shire` (-ˌʃɪər, -ʃər)
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Bishopton started the march towards the Lanark try line, gaining metres through close contact carrying.
The incident took place when Greene, of Carluke, Lanarkshire, went to Specsavers in Lanark two days after the Manchester Arena bombing in May, which killed 22 people.
The backers behind reborn Third Lanark have revealed a PS5million blueprint to breathe new life into one of Scotland's fastestgrowing communities.
The early chapters of this volume document the child labor force and daily practices at New Lanark in detail sufficient to convict the operators if a similar business existed today.
Sources said officers closed the security gate at Lanark Way early as the Eleventh bonfire was about to be lit.
It was October of 1961 and United triumphed 2-1 with the Third Lanark manager in the crowd.
Contract Notice: New Lanark Townscape Heritage Project - Design Team Services.
A dozen members of Huddersfield Golf Club tooK part in an invitation match against LANARK.
ONE of the oldest prizes in sport is up for grabs at Hamilton tonight when the track stages the Ladbrokes Lanark Silver Bell, writes Mark Storey.
The 17-year-old, from Cleghorn, South Lanarkshire, was travelling with classmates from Lanark Grammar School to Alton Towers theme park in Staffordshire when the accident happened last week.
Another 44 people on the Lanark Grammar School outing needed hospital treatment after the early morning crash at Wiston in South Lanarkshire, Scotland.