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an island in western Scotland in the Inner Hebrides to the west of Mull

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Along with the Staffa radial piston units, Kawasaki has, over the last several years, brought in other products from the Far East, including:
Staffa said the main thing applicants need to have to truly be in the running are previous business success and adequate funding.
MUST VISITS Fingal's Cave on Staffa, Fiona sits in eye of The Cobbler in the Arrochar Alps and, below, Crocodile Rock on Millport
Half of firms said they had given staffa pay rise last year.
He denies murdering his 35-year-old wife who was found dead in the bath of their Staffa Drive home in Ballymena, Co Antrim, on May 28, 1995.
I use rock formations as an inspiration; a recent study of volcanic rock took me kayaking to the island of Staffa on the West Coast of Scotland which influenced some of this work.
What geological feature on the island of Staffa, Inner Hebrides, was the inspiration for a Mendelssohn overture?
Several works by Turner including Staffa, Fingal's Cave are particularly wonderful.
Seven years ago, members of the United Church in Staffa and the Presbyterian Church at Cromarty, two rural congregations in southwestern Ontario, began a conversation about sharing a minister.
Or that giant Finn McCool laid them down so he could nip over to Staffa to see his gal (I'm going with the latter).
"With so much focus today on the cost of prescriptions, people tend to forget how much they depend on medications to help them and their loved ones live longer, healthier and more active lives," says Ed Staffa, vice president of pharmacy practice and communications for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores.
Or another hop takes you to STAFFA - where you can visit the awe-inspiring basalt columns of Fingal's Cave.
Natalie Fraser, spokes-woman for Celador, the show's production company said the problem arose because the Island of Staffa,off the west coast of Scotland, is geographically closer to the Road to the Isles in Scotland - but according to legend it is said to be at the end of the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland.
Staffa inspired Mendelssohn to write his overture, Fingal's Cave.