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Caledonian

of or denoting a period of mountain building in NW Europe in the Palaeozoic era
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Caledonian Thistle were formed 21 years ago this August following the merger of former Highland League sides Caledonian and Inverness Thistle.
Vital work to modernise the two lifts at Caledonian Road Tube station will begin on Monday 4 January.
A club statement read: "Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC regret to announce that, despite every effort to persuade them to stay, Terry Butcher and Maurice Malpas have indicated their wish to relinquish their posts as manager and assistant manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
In April 2012 Tennent Caledonian launched a premium export lager for the Scottish market: Tennent's Original Export - brewed in Glasgow using the finest natural ingredients
The new website, created by WSI Yorkshire and designed by York-based graphic design agency Creative Squeeze, offers a number of impressive features - allowing customers to browse and purchase Caledonian Beers and merchandise in minutes.
So we need the help of anyone out there who may know something about Liverpool Caledonians or Woodcroft Park.
The new ale was developed as a collaboration between Newcastle and Caledonian and is brewed at the latter's Edinburgh brewery.
Caledonian Life's Sara Murphy warned: "While [euro]96,000 might seem like a lot of money, its ability to meet the long-term and ongoing financial needs of a person and their family if they fall seriously ill should not be overestimated.
The project has been established through a partnership between Glasgow Caledonian University and the freight rail company Transnet.
Caledonian Cresent resident Craig McCaig ended up in court in 2013 over claims he injured his neighbour James O'Neil by ramming his car.
We have assembled the top talent and infrastructure in the industry enabling Caledonian to bring our business technology solutions to the Global 500 companies while putting them in reach of small and mid-level businesses," says Chris Ducret, Partner with Caledonian.
Now scientists have revealed more about how they do it: wild New Caledonian crows live in unusually small family groups, which allows parent birds to take juveniles to tool-using sites, and let young birds play with "grown up" tools.