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Argyll

or

Argyllshire,

former county, W central Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Argyll was divided between the new Highland and Strathclyde regions in 1975, with most of the county becoming part of Strathclyde. In the local government reorganization of 1996, Strathclyde was dissolved; the portion of Argyll in that region became part of the council area of Argyll and Bute.
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The event was to have been held in the grounds of Inveraray Castle with the Duke of Argyll as its patron.
The fact that that diocese is Argyll, a heartland territory of Gaelic Scotland, whose very name signifies 'the coastline of the Gael', means that it is of considerable interest and value to historians concerned with the Church and wider society in Gaelic Ireland.
Crew of the ship's Lynx helicopter spotted the yacht in the Atlantic and alerted HMS Argyll, which sped toward it and forced it to stop.
Personal attention, together with due diligence in planning and preparation, is integral to our philosophy,” says Frieda Bos, owner of About Argyll Walking Holidays.
Best Of The West Festival is a true homage to the area's sensational | The of Argyll natural produce and I can't wait to see our visitors' faces light up as they tuck into all the gastronomic offerings.
Robin Dunlop, from Food From Argyll, says: "With our rolling hillsides, crystal clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands, the West of Scotland produces some of the best, and most sought after natural produce in the world - from rich flavoursome venison to world-class salmon and the finest distilleries in the whisky world, Argyll offers a natural larder like nowhere else.
HMS Argyll was moored at Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth when the missile was fired.
Within the mausoleum and under the adjacent church at Kilmun, on the shore of the Holy Loch in Argyll, are the burial places of many of the earls and dukes of Argyll dating back to at least 1455.
As a result of the disposal, Argyll will be left with cash as a principal asset, it said in a statement, adding that it plans to invest in a new business as returning cash to stockholders is not considered a a[euro]oepractical alternativea[euro].
ON GUARD: Police at the scene at the Rest and Be Thankful beauty spot on the A83 in Argyll, after the crash.
Heswall doubled their lead with eight minutes remaining with a cross into the Argyll box which found Andre Clark, almost in slow motion he dummied the Argyll keeper and beat two defenders to find the back of the net to make it 2-0.
Though she would like nothing more than to live comfortably in Denver, her responsibilities as Queen of Argyll and leader of the Council of Magicks pit her against terrible threats.