Orcadian

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Orcadian

a native or inhabitant of Orkney
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He will share with listeners some of his favourite tracks, including a sample by Orcadian musicians Michael and Christine Harcus and singer, Eva Cassidy.
Orcadians do not appreciate party political propaganda.
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.
Orcadians Willie Hourie and Ali Thom will battle it out in the Scottish Supersport races in identical 160mph Radical sports cars, and with both men new to the superquick machines, they can expect a real baptism of fire when the lights turn to green.
Robert Lomas and Christopher Knight claim the Orcadians devised a standard unit of measurement by taking detailed readings from the sun and stars.
There are three other Orcadians who have to make the same trip to Aberdeen for dialysis.
Although other banks offer services to Orcadians, only the Royal Bank provides a five-day-a week branch service dedicated to the islands.
It's an inspiring tale and one that has endeared him to his fellow Orcadians, even if the majority of them remain bemused by his Forest Gump-like desire to run himself into the ground.
Not knowing a thing about him, I struggled into costume and was thrust in front of several hundred Orcadians to give an ad-lib speech about the legendary Indian.
So Orcadians have been challenged to put their brewing heritage to the test in the full knowledge the ale has been made in earthenware pots containing baked animal droppings.