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former county, Scotland: see MorayMoray
, council area (1993 est. pop. 86,250), 864 sq mi (2,237 sq km), and former county, NE Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of Moray (or Morayshire) was divided between the former Highland and Grampian regions in 1975.
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Another search was mounted in the River Findhorn, near Forres, in Morayshire, Scotland, for a man thought to have been swept away.
at the Chapel, Moray crematorium in Buckie, Morayshire, Scotland.
The jobs will be at new stores in Cheetham Hill, Greater Manchester; Elgin, Morayshire and Colindale, North London.
The firm is hiring 1,500 temporary staff for the festive period and 300 permanent employees for new stores at Cheetham Hill in Greater Manchester, Elgin in Morayshire and Colindale in North London.
Helius, whose registered office is at South Tees Business Centre but has developments in Bristol and Morayshire, will use the link-up with Veolia to drive development of its GreenFields technology, an award-winning process that turns spent grains into organic soil conditioner, animal feed and biomass fuel for renewable energy plants.
Phil Kay, 38, drove his girlfriend Nicola Clark's car while uninsured last year on the A9 between Forres and Grantown-on-Spey in Morayshire.
Simon Short house, Rowlands, Ashfield, Garmouth, Morayshire, IV32 7LF
Bill Heaton 5 Burnbank, Brodie by Forres, Morayshire, Scotland IV36 2TD, Telephone 01309 641618
The community councillor from Forres, Morayshire, has kept every ticket stub since 1975.
Baxters already has a show outlet in its Highland Village at Fochabers in Morayshire.
Office administrator Kim met him at a gig at her local in Cullen, Morayshire.
Hgi, a Scottish grower of seed potatoes, has centralised its operations at a new facility in Longhillock, Morayshire, as a result of a [pounds sterling]230,000 investment programme.