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cowal

(ˈkaʊəl)
n
(Physical Geography) Austral a shallow lake or swampy depression supporting vegetation
[from a native Australian language]
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The eight-year-old collected her silverware at the Cowal Gathering in Dunoon.
Fri COWAL HIGHLAND GATHERING The world's largest Highland games starts this week in Dunoon.
Evolution continued to invest in extensions of mine life and production growth, including the approval of major development projects and exploration drilling at Cowal, and development of an underground mine and plant upgrade at Mt Carlton.
ardentinny, Cowal Peninsula Part of the Argyll Forest Park,Ardentinny is home to Cowal's longest sandy beach and offers a varied range of woodland trails to explore.
Applicants Cowal Design Consultants have until June 2022 to demolish the famous old building.
Lochaber's Finlay Wild came within 20 seconds of the course record when winning the Arrochar Alps hill race on the Cowal Peninsula, Argyll and Bute.
Tickets have been selling fast for the dinner, with branches attending including Stirling, Grangemouth,West of Scotland, Dunoon and Cowal, Inverclyde and even the Midlands.
Prosecutors claimed they set about Mr Muir in Bridge OFWEIR Road and Cowal Drive on December 28 last year.
The Cowal Highland Gathering (the Cowal Games) are held every August in which Scottish town?
On a wet day in Dunoon ,Waysiders/ Drumpellier kept up their excellent start to the season with a 24-5 win against a good Cowal side.
TRAILBLAZER The 57-mile long Cowal Way in Argyll has been awarded the status of one of Scotland's Great Trails by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).