argyll

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a covered gravy holder of silver or other metal containing a detachable central vessel for hot water to keep the gravy warm

a design consisting of a pattern of varicolored diamonds on a solid background (originally for knitted articles)

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a sock knitted or woven with an argyle design (usually used in the plural)

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Carter, who ran a carpentry business in Argyllshire, claimed that his victims were lying about what happened.
BBC Alba's live Hogmanay show from Oban's Argyllshire Gathering Halls will feature an "all star cast".
This attempt to reconcile the blue men with a generalized etiology of fairy origins underscores the ultimately untenable and regional quality of such a venture towards rigid systematizing when it comes to supernatural lore: "In Argyllshire the blue men are unknown, and there is no mention of the merry dancers being congeners of the Fairies" (107).
Cook described Smith's as 'an essentially English mind, an English way of thinking and feeling about every subject', yet some of his best work, notably a haunting view of Castle Stalker across the waters of Loch Laich, Appin, Argyllshire (1954) is in his two books on Scotland.
Hamas has demanded that the Army of Islam, led by a violent Gaza clan, free Mr Johnston, aged 45, from Argyllshire, who was kidnapped on a Gaza City street on March 12.
Mr Johnston, 45, from Argyllshire, was kidnapped on March 12 by Palestinian gunmen in Gaza City, and before today, had not been seen or heard from since.
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John Cameron was sentenced to transportation to Van Diemen's Land in Inverary, Argyllshire, in 1847 for fraud.
The village of DALNATRAT lies at the mouth of Salachan Glen, on the shore of Loeb Linnhe, in the county of Argyllshire in Scotland.
The story of the last Anzac begins in Launceston, Tasmania, on 26 February 1899, and thus spans three centuries: Alec was the son of Marian Thrower and Samuel Campbell and grandson of Donald Campbell, an immigrant from Argyllshire, Scotland.
SCOTLAND: Mackay's Agency (0131 225 3539) offers a stone farmhouse in Argyllshire sleeping seven for pounds 383 (saving 10%) from Jun 29 and Jul 6.
UK/IRELAND o SCOTLAND: Mackay's Agency (0131 225 3539) offers a stone farmhouse in Argyllshire sleeping seven for pounds 383 (saving 10%) from Jun 29 and Jul 6.
It includes an abbreviated but up-dated version of the inventory of approximately 300 carved stones published earlier in the volumes on Argyllshire by the Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Scotland, and now adding eight new finds from that district.
An agreement has also been signed with Cinnabon Scotland, a company currently based in Taynuilt, Argyllshire, which was formed to develop the Cinnabon concept in Scotland.