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Peebles,

former county, Scotland: see PeeblesshirePeeblesshire
or Peebles
, former county, SE Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Peeblesshire became (1975) part of the new Borders region (now the Scottish Borders council area).
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Peebles

(pē`bəlz), town (1991 pop. 6,750), Scottish Borders, S Scotland, at the confluence of Eddleston Water and the Tweed River. It is a mountain resort and a farm market with woolen mills. Ruins of a 13th-century church and castle remain.

Peebles

a town in SE Scotland, in Scottish Borders. Pop.: 8065 (2001)
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