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birlinn

(ˈbɪrlɪn)
n
Scot a sea-going vessel used in the Middle Ages in Scotland's western highlands and islands
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l Recipe from A Taste of Scotland's Islands by Sue Lawrence, Birlinn, PS20.
Recipe from The Scottish Vegan Cookbook by Jackie Jones, Birlinn, PS16.99
Response to the book has been so enthusiastic that a third edition is now available in bookstores all over the world, through a collaboration with publisher Birlinn Ltd.
Marshall; SCOTTISH QUEENS, 1034-1714; Birlinn (Nonfiction: History) 14.95 ISBN: 9781780275970
(5) Christopher Whatley, Immortal Memory: Burns and the Scottish People, (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2016), pp.
Hadrian's Wall: Paintings by the Richardson Family, is published by Birlinn at PS25.
The book in question is 101 Champagnes and Other Sparkling Wines to Try Before You Die by Davy Zyw published by Birlinn Ltd.
Polygon, an imprint of Scottish independent publisher Birlinn, revealed on Monday that it will republish all 22 of Muriel Spark's novels to mark the one-hundredth anniversary of her birth on 1 February 1918.
Edinburgh, Scotland: John Donald, Birlinn Limited, 2016.
Mulhern, Jeremy Weston, and John Donald (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2005), pp.
(19) Mohammad Sarwar, My remarkable journey: the autobiography of Britain's first Muslim MP (Edinburgh, Scotland: Birlinn, 2016).