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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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03 Contract Award Notice - Successful Supplier(s): Provision of four school and local transport routes in the Cowal area of Argyll and Bute.
Markie, of Cowal Drive, Linwood, has been ordered to return to court on March 29.
ABERFOYLE Construction of 2800m of new ATV access tracks at land 500ms southwest of Dalmary Lodge, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, for Andy Malcolm, Cowal &Trossachs District Office; Construction of 950m of new ATV access tracks at Aberfoyle Slate Quarry, Achray Forest, for Andy Malcolm, Cowal andTrossachs District Office.
Wildlife experts say the hen harrier, named Kathy, was satellite tagged as a chick on the Cowal peninsula , Argyll, in August.
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).
Barrick Gold announced an agreement on May 24 to sell its Cowal gold mine in New South Wales, Australia, to Evolution Mining for $550 million in cash.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 25, 2015-Barrick to sell USD550m Cowal Mine to Evolution Mining
The City of Newcastle Pipe Band won the Champion of Champions title at the Cowal Highland Gathering.
Weir, from Dunoon and the former head PGA professional at Cowal Golf Club, said: "I still think about what happened last time and I have learned from that and will certainly use the experience gained.
With: Leonel Arancibia, Roberto Cowal, Sofia Brito, Martin Cotari, Cesar Roldan, Ricardo Soule.
But Strathclyde police called a halt to the practice at Cowal Highland Gathering, in Dunoon, after a young spectator was hit by a mace at an earlier event.
IT may be little more than an hour from Glasgow, but the Cowal peninsula is driven past by most visitors to the Highlands and islands without so much as a glance.