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Colonsay (kŏl`ənzā), island, 17 sq mi (44 sq km), Argyll and Bute, NW Scotland, one of the Inner Hebrides. Crofting and cheese making are the main occupations. Colonsay is separated from OronsayOronsay
, island, 3 sq mi (7.8 sq km), Argyll and Bute, NW Scotland, one of the Inner Hebrides. The island contains ruins of a 14th-century priory, a sculptured cross from 1510, and many carved stones unearthed (1882) from Viking graves.
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an island in W Scotland, in the Inner Hebrides. Area: about 41 sq. km (16 sq. miles)
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If I need cheering up, I visit the website for the Isle of Colonsay
in the west of Scotland.
The mum of two, who was brought up on the isle of Colonsay
and returns to see family and friends, says in her letter: "You don't know me CalMac but I know you, all too well.
The barrier has already been broken on the Isle of Colonsay
in Scotland which sells Britain's most expensive petrol.
THE festive spirit is flowing wing on the isle of Colonsay
after volunteers stepped in to save its only pub from closure.
Sandra Clark, of estate agents Slater Hogg & Howison, said: 'We've had viewers from the Isle of Colonsay
and even down south