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former county, Scotland: see RoxburghshireRoxburghshire
or Roxburgh,
former county, S Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, Roxburghshire became (1975) part of the new Borders region (now the Scottish Borders council area).
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Bowling: G Bateman 0-33, J Roxburgh 2-50, A Scott 4-51, M Stewart 2-45, J Guy 2-23.
Both air bags were inflated in Roxburgh's Skoda Fabia, which had sustained heavy damage to the front.
Dubai: The local rugby community have united in grief after the passing of South African former RAK Goats player Mark Roxburgh, who was killed in Saturday's helicopter crash in Ras Al Khaimah alongwith his three Emirati colleagues.
These life-size coloured botanical paintings were made by Indian artists under the supervision of William Roxburgh. (2) Through him two distinctly different approaches to making images were brought together.
But Roxburgh, pictured right, who has been AFC technical director for four years, has backed them to do better this time around, highlighting the stability that Juan Antonio Pizzi's contract extension after the World Cup will give the Green Falcons.
Sandy Casey, director, Walker Group said: "Furnishing a new home can be expensive, especially when it is as spacious as the Roxburgh.
Roxburgh must wait to learn his fate after sentencing was delayed at Paisley Sheriff Court.
Roxburgh explained the 'Pep Effect' as "having a high-level possession game but not for the sake of it - very much in a penetrating style." England boss Gareth Southgate picked Guardiola's brains after the FA decided to introduce a new philosophy at all levels of the national game.
Roxburgh, who led Scotland at two World Cups and has been part of FIFA's technical study group at eight more, has been impressed with what he has seen of England and their coach.
Her mum, who is in her early 40s, and Roxburgh had earlier been at a party at the house upstairs.
Rake, Series 1 is an Australian comedy-drama about Cleaver Greene (played by Richard Roxburgh), a genius barrister who fights a daily struggle with his own self-destructive inclinations.
Thanks to the money he earned sating the appetites of some of the world's top music performers, Gary was able to open one of the North East's hidden culinary gems - The Roxburgh in Whitley Bay.