borderer


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an inhabitant of a border area (especially the border between Scotland and England)

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Peter, of Hampstead, north London, was assigned to the King's Own Scottish Borderers and died in 1985.
Marcus Hosgood, racing secretary to John Dunlop, trainer of Honest Borderer
BRIDEGROOM Dean and Natalie on wedding day; VICTIMS Kerr, left and Dickson; BORDERER Johnston in uniform
Honest Borderer is a useful performer and has sound claims in the Stanley M Threadwell Memorial Handicap.
HONEST BORDERER, the sole Bank Holiday runner from Arundel, is napped to land the Ripon Rowels Handicap (3.
At Ascot, Honest Borderer will appreciate the return to his optimum trip in the Mail On Sunday Mile Handicap Qualifier (2.
Yesterday, Major Martin Everett, curator of the South Wales Borderers Museumin Brecon, said: "At the time of Rorke's Drift British regiments, although having county names, did not actually have bases but recruited where they could.
And they claim the three Lowland regiments - the Royal Scots, the King's Own Scottish Borderers and the Royal Highland Fusiliers - will lose their identity when the six existing infantry regiments become The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
And it looked as if the capital defence would hold the Borderers until a sensational late try from Scott Welsh took the trophy to Mansfield Park.
They are an amalgamation of the Royal Scots - the oldest infantry regiment in the British Army - with the King's Own Scottish Borderers.
Although the Borderers have drawn their last two games, they have not beaten Alloa since the second leg of the Second Division play-offs final in 2006, a game which Little missed through injury having come off early during the 4-0, first-leg defeat.
The Borderers breezed into a two-goal lead with goals from Darren Gribben and Dillon inside the first half hour.
A teacher in Caerphilly for many years, he also dedicated 50 years' loyal service to the Old Comrades 6th Battalion South Wales Borderers, which earned him an MBE.
On March 11 1917 the 4th battalion South Wales Borderers entered Baghdad without loss as the Turkish army evacuated the city.