provand

provand

(ˈprɒvənd)
n
Northern English and Scot food; provisions
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Tim is better known for his public works, which include pieces in Hamilton and the fountain and plaques at Provand's Lordship in Glasgow.
AT Provand's Lordship on Castle Street you can step into the past in the only house to survive from medieval Glasgow.
Provand's Lordship, built between 1460 and 1480, is Glasgow's oldest surviving building.
The nearby Provand's Lordship is the oldest house in the SPT area.
The memorial will be held in Provand's Lordship Gardens at 12pm.
This very famous example of her was taken in 1936 by photographer Captain Provand and his assistant indre shira for a Country Life magazine photo shoot.
Proyectos paralelos, como los promovidos por Dixon Provand y Carlos Wuth, aunque atractivos en el papel, eran con toda logica inviables, basicamente porque no contaban con el respaldo crediticio necesario para solventar costos de emprendimientos de esa naturaleza, incluso considerando los beneficios implicitos.
It was taken by photographers Captain Provand and Indre Shira on an assignment for Country Life magazine.
At Glasgow's oldest house, the Provand's Lordship, Mary Queen of Scots is said to have plotted the infamous murder of Darnley.