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Synonyms for Selkirk

Scottish sailor who was put ashore on a deserted island off the coast of Chile for five years (providing the basis for Daniel Defoe's novel about Robinson Crusoe) (1676-1721)

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Selkirks are officially protected as wilderness areas, while logging continues on much public and private land.
Only 50 of its kind roam the old-growth forests of Idaho's Selkirk Mountains, the last remnants of a U.
David Tallmon, a University of Montana researcher, used caribou-mortality data to model the current status of the Selkirk Mountain herd.
He was recently released on bail at Selkirk Sheriff Court after admitting desecrating the gravestone of Councillor Gunn's teenage son Cameron, who died aged 19, in 1991.
Wirsten, of Leslie Place, Selkirk, appeared from custody at Jedburgh Sheriff Court and pleaded not guilty to making the threats.
At Selkirk Sheriff Court, he was jailed for six months