Lothian


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Lo•thi•an

(ˈloʊ ði ən)

n.
a region in SE Scotland. 758,600; 700 sq. mi. (1813 sq. km).
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Now if we could have the use of a boat to pass under cloud of night into Lothian, and some secret, decent kind of a man to bring that boat back again and keep his counsel, there would be two souls saved -- mine to all likelihood -- his to a dead surety.
I was abashed how to find expression for my thanks; but she was no less abashed at the thought of hearing them; begged us to lose no time and to hold our peace, saying (very properly) that the heart of our matter was in haste and silence; and so, what with one thing and another, she had set us on the Lothian shore not far from Carriden, had shaken hands with us, and was out again at sea and rowing for Limekilns, before there was one word said either of her service or our gratitude.
KING ARTHUR..............................................EMPEROR LUCIUS KING LOT OF LOTHIAN.........................................KING LOGRIS KING OF NORTHGALIS.................KING MERPHALT OF IRELAND KING MARSIL..............................................KING MORGANORE KING OF LITTLE BRITAIN................KING MARK OF CORNWALL KING LABOR........................................KING NENTRES OF GARLOT KING PELLAM OF LISTENGESE.........KING MELIODAS OF LIONES KING BAGDEAGUS.....................................KING OF THE LAKE KING TOLLEME LA FEINTES...........THE SOWDAN OF SYRIA
For the customary attentions of your Marquis of Montcalm--I warrant me, Duncan, that he of Lothian would buy a dozen such marquisates--but if the news of the letter were bad, the gentility of this French monsieur would certainly compel him to let us know it."
A BUS roof was ripped off after it got trapped underneath a railway bridge in West Lothian.
Patients, staff and services at NHS Lothian's Royal Hospital for Sick Children were expected to transfer to the new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People on Tuesday.
Phone records placed 37-year-old Dwayne Lothian's mobile in the same car as two men already known to have travelled from Lewisham toWokingon March 8 2017 where they - along with two others - robbed Aman Khan,stabbing him 11 times in the leg with a screwdriverand threatening to drill into his kneecaps.
Kaine Jones, of Druid Lane in Druids Heath, is believed to have moved to remote East Lothian to deal crack cocaine in the county.
NHS Lothian was criticised last June in a review that condemned the leadership team at the health authority, highlighting a breakdown in trust between medical and nursing staff in the A&E department, with senior management's attempts to resolve the issue proving "unsuccessful or detrimental".
Haddington-based Wilf Crawford flew the flag for East Lothian during a long and distinguished career as a trainer and breeder.
David Lothian, 77, visited a Middlesbrough shop to purchase some shorts when he placed his hand on the woman's bottom.