Lewis with Harris


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Lewis with Harris

An island of northwest Scotland. The largest and northernmost of the Outer Hebrides, it is noted for its tweeds.
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Lewis with Harris

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Lewis and Harris

n
(Placename) an island in the Outer Hebrides, separated from the NW coast of Scotland by the Minch: consists of Lewis in the north and Harris in the south; many lakes and peat moors; economy based chiefly on the Harris tweed industry, with some fishing. Chief town: Stornoway. Pop: 19 918 (2001). Area: 2134 sq km (824 sq miles)
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Lew′is with Har′ris


n.
the northernmost island of the Outer Hebrides, in NW Scotland. 825 sq. mi. (2135 sq. km). Also called Lew′is and Har′ris.
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