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Atholl

(ăth`əl), successively an earldom, a marquisate, and a dukedom of Scotland. For Scottish nobles so entitled, use Stuart, John, and Murray, John.
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He objected that by turning to the east, we should come almost at once among the Athole Stewarts, a race of his own name and lineage, although following a different chief, and come besides by a far easier and swifter way to the place whither we were bound.
The cash was raised through two events including the Lodge's Burns Supper in February, which featured a group of Burns enthusiasts FROMTHE Athole Lodge, Kirkintilloch, No.384.
Prof Athole Marshall, head of plant breeding at IBERS Aberystwyth University, said that, once Britain leaves the EU, homegrown protein will be a key strategy for dairy, beef and sheep farms.
THANKS to the nice man who helped me to push my car to the side of the road after my steering rod snapped on Sunday near Athole Street in Helensburgh.
Dr Athole Marshall, head of Public Good Plant Breeding at Aberystwyth University, said: "The public at large is unaware of the real value of grassland, and we grassland scientists need to do more to inform people about the importance of grass in our everyday lives, and this will be one of a wide range of discussion topics during the week."
Jonathan Landale has become the fifth director on the board Land Factor, based in Bywell, near Stocks-field, Northumberland, joining Tom Warde-Aldam, Athole McKillop, Peter Combe and Roddy Findlay.
Second was Athole Guest House in Bath, with No1, St Ives, Cornwall, third; All Seasons Guest House, Filey, sixth; and St Michael's Guest House, Scarborough, seventh.
Director Athole McKillop and financial controller/IT manager Mark Tunstall have each enjoyed 25 years at the company in Bywell in Northumberland.
"Evidence suggests this reduces nitrogen losses and lower ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions, through improved protein utilisation," said Dr Athole Marshall, leader of the Public Good Plant Breeding Group.
Former electrician Jim Duncan, 63, and wife Eileen hired Campbell's Contract Curtains - based in Alva, Clackmannanshire - to instal drapes in the conservatory of their plush Athole Lodge home.
Athole McKillop, director of estate management company Land Factor, said the focus of the debate on the future of England's forests should not be about ownership but about how the land is managed.
When asked to explain his role, Athole Still said he puts Sven in the frame for the best jobs in football - all for just 10 per cent.