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Synonyms for islay

California evergreen wild plum with spiny leathery leaves and white flowers

an island of western Scotland at the southern end of the Inner Hebrides

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Emma Clark said: "Islay is a beautiful island with a vibrant community within a tranquil environment.
It stands on the corner facing out to the Sound of Islay, gleaming white, beckoning all comers whether by land or sea.
He added: "Opportunities like this are so limited on Islay, so when it was put in front of us, we just had to go for it."
? Allan Martin is author of The Peat Dead, a murder mystery set on Islay, and published by Thunderpoint.
From left, Abegail Sinogbuhan of sepak takraw, Jack Danielle Animam (basketball), Islay Erika Bomogao of (muay thai), Katrina Gargoles of POC, Jamaila Ramos (pencak silat), Eumir Felix Marcial (boxing), Homer De Vera (tournament bridge).
5 PORT ASKAIG 8-YEAR-OLD ISLAY SINGLE MALT, 70CL, PS35.95, THE WHISKY EXCHANGE SUKHINDER Singh, owner of The Whisky Exchange, says: "This is a superb malt which encompasses everything about Islay, making it so much more than just a peated whisky...
"Islay Dog Rescue are currently expanding their kennels and capacity for rescue dogs so this will be really good for them.
SNP MSP Mike Russell, whose constituency covers Islay, said: "It is beyond belief that an American tour company is selling this, it needs to be stopped."
Islay brought a commemorative teddy bear for THEWOLVEs to thank them for the invitation to the tournament.
Following a promising third here on debut under Silvestre de Sousa, then her decisive maiden success over a well-touted odds-on favourite at Epsom, Cape Islay was at the head of the market herself at Beverley last month.
Cross section was topped by IO Warren, Coull Farm, Isle of Islay for a pen of Suffolk X Lambs at PS70.
This was a repeat of last year's final but this year the young, but experienced, Dumfries crew of Islay MacIssac, Ellis Middleton, Rowan Wilson and Jasmine Scaife held on to their lead throughout the 750m course.
British vessel SS Tuscania was carrying American troops when it was torpedoed by a German submarine in waters between Islay and Northern Ireland on February 5, 1918.