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

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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 Thomas Henry Basil Rigby served with the 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers.
Ian says: "I was rhythm guitar in The Borderers, a small folk band.
Earlier he paid tribute to the soldier from The Royal Scots Borderers, who was serving as part of the Brigade Reconnaissance Force when he was killed by a blast.
And Arbroath and Queen's Park have a lot of work to do to catch the Borderers, having finished 21 and 25 points adrift of them last term.
The regiment will work with the King's Own Scottish Borderers towards forming the new battalion, which will come into existence on August 1
The home men reckoned they could be on a loser when the Borderers were awarded a try as a result of the biggest bungle of the season, but they battled back through the boot of stand-off Eugene Martin.
Before his career with HSBC, the Scottish-born Sir William received a commission in the King's Own Scottish Borderers in 1951 and he was awarded a Distinguished Service Order for his actions with UN forces in Korea.
Troops from the Royal Scots Borderers 1 SCOTS served in Malawi, Kenya, Cyprus, Jordan, Sierra Leone and Bosnia in the last year.
The Borderers face tough opposition from third-placed Stirling Albion.
I recall during its unveiling a party of the South Wales Borderers being present but none from other regiments.
They were both from the Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
They gathered at the Canon Hill Chapel in Canley Crematorium on Friday as a piper played Blue Bonnets Over The Border, an anthem of the King'sOwn Scottish Borderers regiment, inwhich Mr Adams served as a Lance Corporal of the 7th battalion.
I've just recently been told by a relative that he may have been in the King's Own Scottish Borderers.