cotland

cotland

(ˈkɒtˌlænd)
n
(Agriculture) English history the grounds that belonged to a cotter and which amounted to around 5 acres
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S cotland international Fiona Brian (Metro Aberdeen Running Club) is aiming for a moraleboosting performance in Sunday's third and final Great Aberdeen Run.
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cotland's rich musical heritage will be celebrated in a unique show where many of the nation's top acts will perform.
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Charolais: PS1145, PS1085 Disdow; PS1000 Cotland. OTM: PS922 (x2) Upper Hardland; PS911, PS851 Graplin Farms; PS885 Lower Ardmannoch; PS883 Muncraig; PS801 Castlehill; PS800 Farhills.
Bang on Graham Fleming and Paul Cotland of Bennett's
Bed sharing, room sharing, and sudden infant death syndrome InS cotland: A Case-Control Study.
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Top price was from a fantastic run of suckler bred Charolais calves from Messrs Brough, Cotland Farm, Tinwald, Dumfries which topped at PS620 for a bull calf.
The dairy bulls that were forward sold to a much-improved trade with the bank holiday behind us, and averaged PS43 to a top of PS88 for a Jersey X from Llewellin, Cotland Farm.