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Balmoral

a castle in NE Scotland, in SW Aberdeenshire: a private residence of the British sovereign
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Balmoral and Balmoral Winter Scene, the two latest paintings by the Prince, will be available from Wednesday at London's Belgravia Gallery.
Balmoral Hall, an independent girls' school established in 1901, is dedicated to the education of girls and young women from junior kindergarten (four years old) through grade 12.
However, says John Proeller, a partner in the business with Reinhold Maier, Balmoral does not work directly with dental patients.
"She will go on to become a brood mare and working pony at Balmoral"
Kat Clementine, a journalist for (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1021676/Queen-Elizabeth-news-royal-news-Balmoral-Estate-horses) Express , said that this is the Queen's last week in Balmoral since her (http://royalcentral.co.uk/uk/thequeen/the-queen-enjoys-the-end-of-her-break-at-balmoral-109038) summer vacation is coming to an end.
POPULAR cruises from Swansea to Devon have been cancelled after it was revealed that huge repairs are needed on historic passenger ship the MV Balmoral.
POPULAR cruises from Wales to Devon have been postponed after it was revealed that huge repairs are needed on historic passenger ship the MV Balmoral.
The highly contagious vomiting bug has hit 252 of the 919 passengers who set sail across the Atlantic from Southampton on The Balmoral last month, leaving them confined to their cabins.
GREYHOUNDS PELAW GRANGE 7.30 (435m): Brookwood Gift, Lacey Grace, Lily's Princess (M), Balmoral Bella (M), Jacee's Handbag (M), Glengiblin Whizz (W).
has acquired Balmoral, New Brunswick-based eastern white cedar shingles producer Cedar Balmoral Ltd., the company said.