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Balmoral

a castle in NE Scotland, in SW Aberdeenshire: a private residence of the British sovereign
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Justice Minister David Ford has visited this year s Balmoral show in Lisburn.
This is good news for Llandudno which spent plenty of time and money restoring its Pier's berthing head for Balmoral and Waverley's trips from Liverpool.
The Queen is then looking forward to relaxing with her family at the 50,000-acre Balmoral estate beside Aberdeenshire's River Dee.
Whilst on board Balmoral, the ladies of the 'Cobh Animation Team' were treated to a tour of the ship and enjoyed a special lunch on board, in recognition from Fred.
The Balmoral is set to sail with the same number of passengers aboard as the Titanic had 100 years ago, and has taken its memorial voyage seriously, hosting passengers in early 1900s-era costumes, offering some of the same meals eaten by passengers on the Titanic, and planning memorial services along the route, ABC News reported.
But the Balmoral had to leave two days earlier than the Titanic did as it cannot steam as fast.
Dorsey & Whitney LLP will serve as Balmoral Resources' Principal American Liaison ("PAL") on OTCQX, responsible for providing guidance on OTCQX requirements and U.
The hotel's Five Star Kids Programme includes bath time with a range of junior accessories and pampering products, a teddy turn down, where children can sleep peacefully with their own Balmoral teddy, customised children's robes and slippers, kids' movies and programmes, a special room service menu presented on children's crockery and a bespoke children's menu by Michelin-starred chef, Jeff Bland.
If anyone can help contact Balmoral Court on 0191 265 2666.
Tim Mackley, wastewater product manager at Balmoral Tanks, said: "The design, performance and shape of the HydroClear offers substantial improvements on what is currently available.
According to the Citation press release, Balmoral targets financially distressed companies with revenues of $25 million to $500 million that are misunderstood or undervalued by their markets or stakeholders.