clachan


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clachan

A small village or hamlet in Scotland or Ireland.
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In the guidebook accompanying An Clachan, a clear romantic link was made between the contemporary Highlands and the Jacobite past:
ScottishPower Renewables, a unit of Iberdrola Renovables, has officially opened its Clachan Flats wind farm in Argyll, Scotland.
CLACHAN Bed and Breakfast, at Wick in the Highlands of Scotland, has won a Scottish Tourist Board Gold Star.
Passing through Glasgow, he visited one of his patients, Malcolm Gillies, minister for Clachan, in the Western Infirmary.
The splendid effects are a credit to the vision not only of Holmes but also designer Lizzie Clachan, video designer Daniel Kluge and lighting designer Paul Anderson.
Pont Clachan neu Bont yr Iwerydd ydi'r enw arni ac fe'i hadeiladwyd yn 1792.
The Hebridean Smokehouse range is available by mail order only from Hebridean Smokehouse, Clachan, Locheport, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides, HS6 5HD.
These are reflected in and promulgated at An Clachan, the folk museum that McDyer established in Gleann Cholmcille in 1967, built in the form of a village or "clachan," where each house is a replica of dwellings used by local people during the last three centuries and each is furnished with furniture, artifacts, and utensils of its particular period.
Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd Clachan Farm CAIRNDOW Argyll, Scotland PA26 8BH 01499 600264
That's the Clachan Bridge which spans the Seil Sound between the Argyll mainland and Seil Island.
Contemporary Clachan phase populations around Coronation Gulf had neither whales nor walrus, subsisting instead on ringed seal and caribou, but sat atop an important source of native copper (Morrison 1983, 1987).