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Bothwell

Earl of, title of James Hepburn. 1535--78, Scottish nobleman; third husband of Mary Queen of Scots. He is generally considered to have instigated the murder of Darnley (1567)
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TIMING UNKNOWN - Helicopter shows low fuel warnings before reaching Bothwell.
The development features en-suite bedrooms, elevators, private parking and balconies, and offers views of Bothwell Castle.
Remarking on the significance of this settlement, whistleblower attorney Mike Bothwell stated that, "When patients are put on hospice, but they don't really qualify for hospice care, they are forced to forego regular medical care that could help cure their illness.
Bothwell will manage power system and controls engineering projects throughout Maryland.
Hudson's plan was to give the ball to the Dan duo -- Bothwell and Mendes.
I've worked in numerous states and each state has its own particular issues," says Bothwell, who has been in Alaska since 1978.
As a reporter, I covered local government issues from 1993 to 2007 and felt I had a pretty good handle on the important issues here," Bothwell said.
Some people are less sensitive to the gag reflex than others," says Bothwell.
Although his name is not on any official documents, locals believe the 31-year-old has snapped up The Douglas Arms in Bothwell, Lanarkshire.
The Bothwell Bridge Hotel is in the historic village of Bothwell, about 12 miles south east of Glasgow.
Noted Canadian historian Bothwell examines the country's foreign relations from the transmutation of World War II into the Cold War to the end of the Trudeau era.
The Penguin History of Canada Robert Bothwell Penguin 596 pages, hardcover ISBN 9780670065530