Dingwall


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Dingwall

(dĭng`wôl, –wəl), town (1991 pop. 4,842), Highland, N Scotland, at the head of Cromarty Firth. It is the market town for eastern Ross and the Black Isle district.
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Prime heifers (17) averaged 194.9p (-8.3p) and sold to 208.0p per kg for a 570kg Limousin cross selling to Messrs Fraser Brothers, Butchers, Dingwall, and PS1,254 gross for a 660kg Charolais cross both from Bridgend Farm, Dingwall.
InverurIe Locos first-team coach Andy Low is pleased they have managed to sign the versatile Calum Dingwall.
TONY DINGWALL admits Raith's title tilt is now mission impossible - but that doesn't mean they'll be happy to accept a winless February.
IT IS a big week for Carlisle general manager Molly Dingwall, just three months after she began her role at the end of March.
Strategic Commissioning Manager for Sunderland City Council, Ann Dingwall, delivered a "Managing the Market" report to the council's health and well-being scrutiny committee.
Mackinnon and fellow councillor Angela MacLean have been pictured on "Wanted for the attempted murder of Dingwall" posters that appeared on walls and buildings across the Easter Ross town.
is Tony Dingwall denied MOTHERWELL a welcome win for new boss Ian Baraclough in the final seconds at Fir Park.
The 21-year-old admits seeing Celtic sit sixth in the Premiership table before their Dingwall destruction left him feeling a touch red-faced.
Wendy Dingwall has experienced many facets to her career: travel agency owner, sales and operation manager for a regional publishing house, and currently, owner of Canterbury House Publishing.
Tom Brennan and Christine Weir found true romance after the row with Christine's neighbour Grant Dingwall.
(PW041210Dwdg) Miss Sarah Elizabeth Kelly and Mr Gordon Derek Dingwall were married at Greenside Church, Edinburgh.