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Berwick,

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

James Fitzjames, Duke of Berwick. 1670--1734, marshal of France and illegitimate son of James II of England. He led French forces during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701--14)
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On 34 minutes Smith shot high and wide as the Binos went in search of a second, while Darren Lavery had a rare strike for Berwick on 36 minutes, which was saved in the bottom corner by Binnie.
But if Cowdenbeath win at Elgin and Clyde and Berwick lose the Blue Brazil stay up on goal difference.
We are also pleased to be working in partnership with Berwick's other autumn festivals, including Heritage Open Days, the Film and Media Arts Festival, the Literary Festival and with Berwick Visual Arts and Berwick Museum.
Allan Brothers was founded in Berwick in 1811 and acquired by the Swedish-based Inwido Group in 2009.
The Community Watch is a joint operation of the Berwick Area United Way and the Berwick Borough police department, in cooperation with the police departments of the surrounding communities of Briar Creek, Beach Haven, Salem and Nescopeck.
Berwick took only nine minutes to find the target with top scorer Darren Lavery squeezing the ball home past Sandy Wood.
Berwick Rovers were a very strong team managed by Kenny Leatherhead, who continued to manage the team for many years.
Berwick describe him as a visionary, inspiring leader, he would have faced a long, difficult struggle to win Senate confirmation.
After all, Berwick were relegated after finishing bottom of the Scottish second division, they conceded over 100 goals for the first time in their history and they sacked manager Michael Renwick just a week before the end of the campaign.
As part of the "requisition", a giant Saltire flag has been planted next to a section of the ancient walls of Berwick - built to keep the Scots out.
In her most recent show, "Hovering Close to Zero," Berwick focused on the Tasmanian tiger, a creature that survives only in a few bones and in a sixty-second film made in the '20s documenting the disappearing beast.

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