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

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With the Borderers overrun, the then private, on his own initiative, repeatedly counter-charged the enemy hurling grenades, stones and even beer bottles for more than four hours until his comrades could withdraw.
Altrincham-born Bill was just 24 when, as a Private in the Borderers, he fought off a wave of attacks from 600 enemy troops for more than four hours.
Rank: Second Lieutenant Regiment: South Wales Borderers Age: 31 Date of Death: 14-9-1918 Buried at: Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy Thomas Kierman Son of Peter and Isabella Kierman; Husband of Eva Elsie Kierman (nee White), of 90, Forrest Road.
"The 2nd Battalion, the South Wales Borderers, was present throughout the whole Gallipoli campaign and was the only Welsh battalion to take part in the first amphibious assault, planned by Winston Churchill, on April 25, 1915."
In the week the Borderers went second-bottom of Division Two, they are 90 minutes from a Hampden Park semi-final.
respects Private Houston's widow and son with members of the Kings Own Scottish Borderers Association in Co Fermanagh yesterday
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.
Soldiers from The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland, (1 SCOTS), will be given the treat as part of an Army tradition for special occasions.
Ian Gustard, of Chapel Park says that his band, The Borderers, had the proud distinction of being able to boast that Wings were there support group for that now legendary show at Newcastle University back in 1972.
Another soldier, from The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, was killed in an explosion in the Nad-e Ali District of the province.
Two soldiers from the Royal Scots Borderers were killed by an explosion in Sangin the previous day.
Summary: Corporal John Moore, 22, and Private Sean McDonald, 26, of the Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
GRETNA chief executive Graeme Muir insists he bears no animosity to St Mirren and Dunfermline after they raised objections over the Borderers' application to join the Scottish Premier League.
The Borderers were top from the start until they lost 4-0 at Arbroath at the end of November and missed out on the title to Cowdenbeath only on goal difference.