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Glamis

(glämz), village, Angus, E Scotland. King Malcolm II died (1034) nearby, and a sculptured cross in the village is known as King Malcolm's Gravestone. MacbethMacbeth
, d. 1057, king of Scotland (1040–57). He succeeded his father as governor of the province of Moray c.1031 and was a military commander for Duncan I. In 1040 he killed Duncan in battle and seized the throne.
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 was thane of Glamis, and the castle, seat of the earl of Strathmore, is erroneously claimed to be the scene of Duncan's murder in Shakespeare's play.
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Foraging fans will also have a good time at Glamis on August 10 and 11 with summer foraging courses.
Part II evaluates the tribunal's reasoning in Glamis, arguing that it departs from a growing body of jurisprudence on the FET standard under NAFTA without sufficient justification.
The Glamis gold mine in Guatemala began processing gold in December, 2005, and already the local subsistence farmers have seen social tensions caused by the mine re-opening wounds still raw from 36 years of bloodshed, which only officially ended with the 1996 peace accords.
But where the government declined to halt extractive activities in the highlands, it was able to extract some additional funds from Glamis. The company signed an agreement in July with the government to start paying income taxes 18 months ahead of its original plan.
Another troubling case is Indian Pass, in the California desert, where the Clinton administration completed a six-year public process by denying a permit for Glamis Gold's cyanide heap-leach open-pit mine in an area vital to the Quechan people.
The agency found that Glamis Gold, Ltd., has valid claims to mine in the Quechan Indian Pass area of the California Desert.
Prayers were also said for the Queen Mother in Glamis, Angus, where she spent much of her childhood at Glamis Castle.
Similar tributes will open at the Queen Mother's childhood home Glamis Castle, in Angus, and her home at the Castle of Mey in Caithness today.
For in 1376, her ancestor Sir John Lyon, Thane of Glamis, married Jean, daughter of King Robert II of Scotland.
Her ancestor, Sir John Lyon, Thane of Glamis, from whom her family inherited the estate and great castle of Glamis, married Jean, daughter of King Robert II of Scotland, in 1376.