Orcadian

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Orcadian

a native or inhabitant of Orkney
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There's no better place for amateur archaeologists to delve into more than 5000 years of Orcadian history, in particular Skara Brae - one of the best preserved groups of Neolithic houses in Western Europe.
Patents database soon came up with the names of the Orcadians.
The ancient Orcadians started building their amazing stone structures around 3800BC.
NO FLY-BY-NIGHT: Anne Rendall, left, has been delivering a valuable service to Orcadians for nearly two decades, and visits Westray, above, twice a week
It must have been a dark, smoky place to live and, judging by the size of the stone beds, the old Orcadians weren't exactly giants.
As well as technical and medical support from Scottish Athletics, Sichel can count on the sponsorship of the Orcadian business community.
That is the question every single Orcadian has been asking for the last 10 weeks since local boy Cameron Stout entered the Big Brother house - until now.
Orcadians are likely what generate yearly rhythms, known as circannuals, she notes, and once daylight gets really short, our mammalian circannual rhythms determine that it is winter--and SAD may kick in.
The presence of the Grand Fleet |and its thousands of sailors had a major impact on the lives of ordinary Orcadians.
Artist and presenter Lachlan Goudie looked at the Ring of Brodgar in Orkney and if that wasn't the Eye of Sauron lying down and having a bit of shuteye - surrounded by Orcs (OK, Orcadians), I might add - then I'll eat Gandalf 's hat.
This makes Orcadians appreciate what they have and also appreciate what is important - family, friends, good health etc."
Though enjoying friendly relations with Scotland, the Shetlanders and indeed the Orcadians do not regard themselves as Scottish.