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Synonyms for islay

California evergreen wild plum with spiny leathery leaves and white flowers

an island of western Scotland at the southern end of the Inner Hebrides

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today played host to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, known as The Duke of Rothesay and The Duchess of Rothesay, while travelling in Scotland - at its Laphroaig, Islay, distillery.
Featuring a practical layout which will appeal very much to the growing family, the Islay includes downstairs, a welcoming hallway which leads into a large dining area extending into a very spacious and generously equipped kitchen with integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and stainless steel oven, hob and hood all fitted as standard.
Islay, who has just finished her screenwriting degree at the National Film and TV School in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, co-wrote the screenplay as part of a first year project.
7 oz bottle, Petra is one of the rarest and most interesting fragrances offered by Seth Kornegay, as it uniquely includes Islay single malt whiskey from the southernmost portion of the Inner Hebridean Islands located off the west coast of Scotland.
This was the third such event run at Sunderland and the 36th in all and North Islay was becoming the 16th bitch to land a final and the 19th runner to record success in both heat and final.
Jazz composers and musicians Stu Brown, 34, from Glasgow and New York-based John Hollenbeck travelled to Islay in the Southern Hebrides to listen to the geese and other birds before they decided on creating a jazz suite.
On April 14, some 3,500 people from Islay took over the Panamericana Sur highway to protest against the Tía María project, demanding its immediate and indefinite suspension.
RESCUE: Iona Middleton from the Islay & Jura seal sanctuary with a young loggerhead turtle Picture: GEORGE MIDDLETON
It announced plans yesterday to produce 5,000 bottles of posh rum sourced from several small - some defunct - Caribbean and US distilleries and matured in oak barrels on Islay.
As the royal cruise got under way, the clouds lifted and Islay was bathed in glorious sunshine.
But for three days every autumn the seals of Islay in the Hebrides are strictly a support act to the downbeat sound of one of EuropeOs coolest music festivals.
The new Bishop was accompanied by his wife Mary, and daughters Iona, aged 13 and Islay, aged 10.
The distilleries are located in three classic malt producing regions of Scotland - the Hebridean island of Islay, the Lowlands and the Highlands
Dressage enthusiasts shrugged off some gloomy weather to attend the Islay Auty demonstration at Narbeth recently.
Bowmore hopes next month's auction of the Islay single malt scotch whisky will beat the top price ever fetched for a bottle of the tipple, which stands at more than pounds 25,000.