Ross and Cromarty


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Ross and Cromarty

(rɒs ənd ˈkrɒmətɪ)
n
(Placename) (until 1975) a county of N Scotland, including the island of Lewis and many islets: now split between the Highland and Western Isles council areas

Ross′ and Crom′ar•ty

(ˈkrɒm ər ti, ˈkrʌm-)
n.
a historic county in NW Scotland.
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Altnaharra, in Sutherland, was worst hit, while Loch Glascarnoch, Ross and Cromarty, came a close second with 92mph winds recorded between midnight on Wednesday and midday yesterday.
He owns the 60,000-acre Balnagown estate near County's ground in Dingwall, Ross and Cromarty.
Maitland Hyslop has been appointed business development director, joining Onyx from his role as chief executive at Ross and Cromarty Enterprise.
A committee, including members of partners Ross and Cromarty Enterprise, will develop plans.
When the choice is between bringing to Downing Street a man who was the worst Home Secretary in memory, or keeping in power the one who massaged the brief from his intelligence service to take us to war in Iraq, a vote for the red-haired man from Ross and Cromarty will seem to many to be the only way they can hold their heads high.
Davy Garrett, principal of Achiltibuie Piping School in Wester Ross, told Ross and Cromarty Licensing Board a bar would help them raise the money needed to attract leading pipers for recitals.
The aid intensity in Lochaber, Skye and Lochalsh and Argyll and the Islands, Eilean Siar (Western Isles), Caithness and Sutherland, and Ross and Cromarty can reach up to 30% net due to the specific development difficulties of these sparsely-populated areas.
Staff from the British Trust for Ornithology attached transmitters to two cuckoos on the National Trust's Kintail Estate at Lochalsh, Ross and Cromarty.
The statement from the Queen was read by Captain Roderick Stirling, Lord Lt of Ross and Cromarty, who was interrupted by the fly-past of two Tornado strike aircraft as he spoke.
Margaret Paterson, civic head of Ross and Cromarty, was one of the few who stayed until the end of The Beatles' gig - before advising them to catch The Melotones' set.
The walker was trekking on the mountain of An Teallach, near Dundonnell in Ross and Cromarty, when they fell shortly after 1pm yesterday afternoon.