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(ˌlɒk ɪnˈvɑr, ˌlɒx-)

1. the hero of a ballad included in the narrative poem Marmion (1808) by Sir Walter Scott.
2. a romantic suitor.
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This he handed to Chunk McGowan, telling him to administer it in a liquid if possible, and received the hearty thanks of the backyard Lochinvar.
Lochinvar's CP-M range is one of several condensing boilers available to offer comprehensive 'on-board' control options, which can prove to be a cost effective alternative to a full building management system.
Earlier a firework blew up a phone box in Lochinvar Street, Walton, scattering debris up to 40ft away, with some ending up on the busy Rice Lane flyover.
She did Young Lochinvar as her poetry option every year for every exam - and still passed.
So he boarded a tram to South Queensferry and went to the naval shore base of HMS Lochinvar. He signed up for seven years.
Last year, Ian Wilson, non-executive director of Lochinvar Coal Ltd, a subsidiary of New Age Exploration, was involved in talks with the Scottish Government and local councils.
Longtown Horticultural Society, talk by David Haigh, Lochinvar Further Education Centre, 7.30pm.
Water heater and boiler manufacturer LOCHINVAR LTD is offering installers the opportunity to enjoy 'experiences of a lifetime' as part of a 'new for old' water heater replacement scheme.
Culmaily Cottage is a former croft on the southern face of Lairg Muir, with panoramic views over the village of Lairg, and within easy reach of Dornoch, Ullapool and Lochinvar. Fully
Bryan Low, 21, of Lochinvar Crescent, Dundee, and KevinMcManus, 23, of Wallace Place, in nearby Longforgan, were killed when their car hit a tree and burst into flames near St Boswells in the Borders.