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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29) 'Inauguration of air service', Argyllshire Leader, 29 April 1933.
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.
Duncan "the glowing accounts of the [Talbot] settlement arriving in Scotland in the period 1818-21 persuaded many people from Argyllshire and Perthshire to emigrate thence.
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.
The Protestant Reformation had made its presence felt in certain parts of the Highlands shortly after 1560, notably in Argyllshire, whose ruling kindred had espoused Protestantism in that very year.
Both firms will go as far as is required by a bereaved family, including Ayrshire, Oban and Argyllshire.
Tomorrow, it's the turn of Crieff in Perthshire and on Friday, it's the Argyllshire Gathering in Oban.
But the village is still short of the British record, set between August 12 and November 8, 1923, when Eallabus, Isle of Islay, Argyllshire, Scotland, had 89 successive rain-days.
The abuse took place at Carter's remote home in Argyllshire.
Erik Holmgaard and Joe (Fakse, Denmark), 6= Kevin Evans and Mirk (Modrydd, Brecon, Wales) and Roddy MacDiarmid and Jim (Cairndow, Argyllshire, Scotland) 8.
For centuries artists, authors, composers and poets have been inspired by its panoramic views of Argyllshire mountains, lochs and Inner Hebridean isles.
Born in a tent on the shore of Loch Fyne, near the village of Furnace, in Argyllshire, on 11 April 1928, Duncan was one of the Travelling People of Scotland.
Mick Rice and Susanna McCorry are heading off to Bonnie Scotland and a restored 19th century manor house overlooking a sleepy Argyllshire village.