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

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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
That victory provided connections with compensation for Honest Borderer's missing the cut for his original target, the Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot.
HONEST BORDERER is napped to land the first leg of a double at Newmarket today for John Dunlop in the Addenbrooke's Rated Handicap (3.30), writes Matthew Doyle.
The two met by chance while Peter walked in a village and the former German officer recognised the face of the King's Own Scottish Borderer.
John Sheran's team overcame Berwick Rangers 7-0 on aggregate, which means the Borderers drop into the Lowland League.
Sergeant Bill Speakman, who died last summer, was attached to the King's Own Scottish Borderers in 1951, when his act of bravery took place as Chinese artillery pounded positions held by the regiment and then sent in a "human wave" of infantry.
Arthur grew up in Glasgow and joined the Kings Own Scottish Borderers in 1917.
Scotsman Bill - who served with the Black Watch, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, the King's Own Scottish Borderers and the SAS - was known as the Beer Bottle VC after chucking bottles at the advancing enemy when he ran out of grenades in 1951.
Rank: Private Regiment: South Wales Borderers Age: 20 Date of Death: 10-11-1917 Buried at: Tyne Cot Memorial Thomas Finlay Son of the late Thomas and Catherine Finlay; Husband of Edith Finlay (nee Rowlands), of 69, Forrest Road.
Rodney Ashwood's new account, Duty Nobly Done - The South Wales Borderers at Gallipoli 1915, recounts how the Welsh were among the last soldiers to leave the Turkish peninsula during the final evacuation of the campaign in January 1916.
Berwick Rangers in action during their Scottish Cup match against Spartans, which the Borderers won to earn a quarter-final clash at Championship Hibernian.
The two men, from the 1st Battalion Kings Own Scottish Borderers, were fatally wounded when an IRA gang opened fire as soldiers manned the checkpoint at an isolated junction.
Private Anthony Victor O'Neill was a Kitchener volunteer serving with the 1/ South Wales Borderers. The reasons that led to his desertion are again sketchy.
Barlow (English, New York City College of Technology) charts the development of the concept and value of American individualism from it roots in the English Enlightenment, to its manifestation among the Scots-Irish Appalachian Borderers, and present-day expressions such as the Tea Party movement.