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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is Tony Dingwall denied MOTHERWELL a welcome win for new boss Ian Baraclough in the final seconds at Fir Park.
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Contractor address : 8 Fodderty Way, Dingwall Business Park, Strathpeffer Rd,
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Joe Dingwall gave the visitors the lead five minutes before the break with a cross which appeared to be helped into the net - via the back post - by the wind, keeper Jamie Barclay totally caught out.
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Australian screenwriter, producer and director John Dingwall died of cancer in Murwillumbah, New South Wales, on May 3.
Earlier, he had been admonished at Dingwall Sheriff Court - where he wore only a blue blanket tied around his waist.