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Synonyms for Scotland

north of the border


  • north of the border
  • Caledonia
  • the land of the brave

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He possessed a share in a fishing establishment on the shores of the Zuyder Zee; and he was on his way to establish a correspondence with the fisheries in the North of Scotland when the vessel was wrecked.
The time at which they were married in Scotland was also the time at which I was on my way home from India.
Yes," said they, "we have promised to deliver Scotland and England from him who for the last five-and-twenty years has sucked the blood and gold of Scotland and England.
Inspector Jacks did not at once return to Scotland Yard.
There's a man coming down shortly from Scotland Yard," the inspector announced, a little gloomily.
Here he is, and here I think he will stay until some days after your friend from Scotland Yard can get here.
I'll just make my report, and you'll probably have a visit from the Scotland Yard man sometime within the next few days.
There, in Scotland, Deirdre and Naisi lived for many years happily.
Success followed as it will when one longs to fail; and one fine evening I returned to Ham Common with a card from the Convict Supervision Office, New Scotland Yard, which I treasure to this day.
Leave the questioning to me: it really will be a chance of finding out whether they've any suspicion of one's resurrection at Scotland Yard.
It was nearly four hours since Raffles had stolen away from my side in the ominous precincts of Scotland Yard.
It was my growing conviction that he had been recognized when leaving Scotland Yard, and either taken then and there, or else hunted into some new place of hiding.
From Scotland Yard," he answered, stretching himself before the fire in his stocking soles.
I had more reasons for going to Scotland Yard, my dear fellow, than I had the face to tell you at the time.
I was standing with my back to the chair in which I had been asleep; behind the chair was the round lodging-house table; and there, reposing on the cloth with the whiskey and sandwiches, was the whole collection of Raffles Relics which had occupied the lid of the silver-chest in the Black Museum at Scotland Yard