Linnhe


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Linnhe

(ˈlɪnɪ)
n
(Placename) Loch Linnhe a sea loch of W Scotland, at the SW end of the Great Glen. Length: about 32 km (20 miles)
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Thirty guineas on the sea-side, or sixty if ye set me on the Linnhe Loch.
At her trial, Nolan, of Linnhe Crescent, was cleared of behaving in a threatening manner by shouting, swearing, behaving in an aggressive manner, making abusive remarks and throwing pieces of breeze block.
Allan Millar, 25, of West Gavin Farm, Howwood, was the only Scot among 10 divers who were presented with their certificates at the Underwater Training Centre at Loch Linnhe.
Graham Donald and Kerran Traynor set off from Loch Linnhe, Argyll.
The Underwater Centre provided a Workclass Remotely Operated Vehicle (WCROV) which was launched from an offshore vessel and carried out the operations in Loch Linnhe.
Stewart Linnhe provides advisory services to governments, regulators, financial services firms and industry - high level training, drafting and implementations of procedures and policy, as well as report and briefing writing for global clients.
A former resident of Cilcain has returned to the village to thank people who raised PS1,000 to help victims of the Cumbrian Flood Linnhe Harrison, who now lives and works in Glenridding which was one of the areas of the Lake District worst hit by the flooding, found out about a fundraising cafe being held last January in the village hall, after Cilcain's Sonia Goulding posted the details on to the 'We Love Cumbria And The Lake District' Facebook page.
They head north, crossing Loch Linnhe to Appin then eastwards by Glencoe, Rannoch Moor and The Trossachs to the Forth Valley.
Scottish Highlands TWIXMAS CHEER: Lying on the shores of Loch Linnhe and surrounded by stunning scenery, Airds Hotel is a luxury country house on Scotland's west coast near Oban in the pretty village of Port Appin.
It was built in 1822 as part of the East Laroch Slate Quarry and it was used as a funicular railway for the transport of slate from the quarry to the shore of Loch Linnhe.
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During the drive back don't miss the bewitching views of the 14th century Castle Stalker rising out of the waters of Loch Linnhe.