Rothesay


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Rothesay

a town in SW Scotland, in Argyll and Bute, on the E coast of the Isle of Bute. Pop.: 5017 (2001)
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The Prince of Wales, known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland, <Bholds a lobster during an event at Dumfries Andrew Milligan
The Duke, who in Scotland uses his official Scottish title the Duke of Rothesay, was hosted by John Campbell, Distillery Manager of Laphroaig, Patrick Loudon McIain Stewart, Lord-Lieutenant of Argyll and Bute, Lady Lithgow, Depute Lord-Lieutenant of Argyll and Bute and Mick Ord, Director of Scotch and Irish Whiskies at Beam Suntory.
The pension payments will be made via the scheme initially, and in due course Rothesay Life will take over responsibility for paying benefits to members directly when the bulk annuity converts to a full buy-out.
And so we took the 1pm CalMac from Wemyss Bay to Rothesay on the Isle of Bute, a trip we've done together hundreds of times.
Dynamic duo The in-form Graham Lee, who rides Rothesay Chancer, has had seven winners from 25 rides at the track.
Rothesay Chancer loves the course and comes here with fresh legs.
According to Bloomberg, Rothesay Life Ltd, the insurer run by Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE: GS), is to buy a UK annuity business from MetLife Inc that has about GBN3bn of assets under management.
With our prayers and kindest wishes "The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay.
htm) Goldman Sachs planned to sell a majority stake in its London-based insurance unit Rothesay Life over the next year, to comply with the Basel 3 norms imposed on banks after the financial crisis.
General Motors UK Ltd, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), has signed a GBP230m pension buy-in annuity contract with Rothesay Life, according to GM spokesman Denis Chick.
Rothesay Castle Built in the 12th Century as a fortification against the invading Norsemen, you can soak up the history as you admire the unusually circular structure and the mighty gatehouse with its own great hall and the formidable four towers - a 16th Century addition by the Stuarts.
London, Feb 12 (ANI): An archaeological dig has uncovered a rare ceramic face-mask jug dating back to the 13th century at a building site in Rothesay in Argyll, Scotland.