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Noun1.Robert Burns - celebrated Scottish poet (1759-1796)Robert Burns - celebrated Scottish poet (1759-1796)
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For example, rather than welcome a balanced view on the events leading to our 300-year-old Union he indulged in a carefully selected quote from Robbie Burns (who also supported the Union in other writings) and ignored the likes of Sir Walter Scott who was a proud and passionate Scot who had no difficulty in being equally Scottish and British - like the majority of Scots today.
Robbie Burns is regarded as Scotland's national poet, and remains a source of great national pride.
Throw in a few lines of Robbie Burns and say hello to Scotland's everlasting global brand.
A John Betjeman B Ted Hughes C Robbie Burns D Percy Bysshe Shelley 3.
Kellyiscool (2.15) Hard-luck stories are almost as common as morning-after hangovers off the track at Galway's summer festival, and Robbie Burns' Kellyiscool was certainly a victim of the former on Monday night when not getting the rub of the green in an extended two-mile handicap hurdle.
Our goal is to provide the most attractive and complete mix of acquisition options for Anritsus field analyzers and we believe adding sales of these selected Anritsu products to our offering will help us achieve that goal, commented Robbie Burns, Operations Director, Testime Technology Ltd UK.
Three quick passes in midfield and Hitchin striker Robbie Burns was given acres of space to thump the ball into the roof of the net from 20 yards.
Investigators discovered he had recruited six people into his team including diver Chris Howarth, fishing skipper Robbie Burns and fisherman Noel Hawkins, all from Ullapool in Ross-shire.
The educational fun continued later in January, when a packed house of more than 90 lovers of chemistry, music, single malts and Scottish heritage came together for "Cafe CIC: A wee dram of chemistry, culture, and scotch." Held on Robbie Burns weekend, the cafe was co-sponsored by the Edmonton local section and King's University College chemistry and music departments.
The event on Saturday will feature three courses of traditional Scottish food (of course haggis is a choice ) Scottish music, a bit of Robbie Burns and a lot of fun.
THE students visiting Auschwitz (Gazette, 16.10.15) will see for themselves something they will never forget about the cruelty of the Nazi regime in Germany and the reality of what Robbie Burns wrote about man's inhumanity to man.
But it was a different story after the interval as Rugby turned the contest on its head with two quick fire goals Sam Youngs levelled on 55 minutes with a sweetly struck volley from just outside the box, and three minutes later his shot was saved, but fell to Robbie Burns who was on hand to turn the rebound in.