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Stir·ling

 (stûr′lĭng)
A city of central Scotland on the Forth River west-northwest of Edinburgh. Its medieval castle was the birthplace of James III of Scotland.
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Stirling

(ˈstɜːlɪŋ)
n
1. (Placename) a city in central Scotland, in Stirling council area on the River Forth: its castle was a regular residence of many Scottish monarchs between the 12th century and 1603. Pop: 32 673 (2001)
2. (Placename) a council area of central Scotland, created from part of Central Region in 1996; includes most of the historical county of Stirlingshire: the Forth valley rises to the Grampian Mountains in the N. Administrative centre: Stirling. Pop: 86 370 (2003 est). Area: 2173 sq km (839 sq miles)

Stirling

(ˈstɜːlɪŋ)
n
(Biography) Sir James. 1926–92, British architect; buildings include the Neue Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart (1977–84)
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Stir•ling

(ˈstɜr lɪŋ)

n.
1. Also called Stir′ling•shire` (-ˌʃɪər, -ʃər) a historic county in central Scotland.
2. a city in and the administrative center of the Central region, on the Forth River. 38,638.
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BRISLEY JAMES (JIMMY) Peacefully with his family by his side, on Saturday 17th February, 2018, at Forthbank Nursing Home, Stirling, James Maurice Brisley, aged 71 years, formerly of Cowie then Sheffield.
Se amer Langford-Smith has opted out of contention for a squad featuring under-19s Gavin McKenna, Paul Stirling, James Hall and leg-spinner Greg Thompson.
Stephen Gibson from Motherwell, Brian McInally from Stirling, James Brown from Bellshill and Glasgow men Paul McGoldrick and Gary Brown went to the Scot's win over Victor Polo.