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Schiehallion

(shĭhăl`yən), mountain, 3,547 ft (1,081 m) high, Perth and Kinross, central Scotland, near Loch Rannoch. In 1774, Nevil MaskelyneMaskelyne, Nevil
, 1732–1811, English astronomer. Maskelyne received his education at Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge. Appointed astronomer royal at the Royal Observatory in 1765, he held this post for 46 years.
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 experimented there to determine the density of the earth.
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The place sits in the shadow of the mystical mountain Schiehallion, fusing the traditional Scottish feel favoured by the hunting, shooting and fishing brigade with sleek contemporary design favoured by city hipsters.
The Harviestoun beers which will feature in the Aldi Scottish Beer Festival are: Broken Dial, Bitter & Twisted, Harviestoun IPA, Old Engine Oil, and Schiehallion.
The money raised is going to the Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity Schiehallion Appeal, which aims to bring new groundbreaking cancer treatments to Scotland.
Moving words from one of her pieces, entitled Hame (St Andrew's Day Under the Southern Cross), were projected on to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow, the Perthshire mountain Schiehallion, Scone Palace near Perth, Edinburgh's Usher Hall and Tron Kirk, and Glasgow Science Centre.
One of Rayhan's relatives attends Papillon nursery at Eurocentral and, on the one year anniversary of his passing, they organised a week of fun to raise money for the Schiehallion ward that cared for him at Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Schiehallion, Kinloch Rannoch Fairy Hill of the Caledonians and a bit of a must (though very busy).
SCHIEHALLION MUNRO (2.40) can hit the heights in the Scone Palace Handicap Hurdle.
Alligin forms part of the Greater Schiehallion Area and the new development will consist of two wells which will be tied back into the existing Schiehallion and Loyal subsea infrastructure.
Alligin forms part of the Greater Schiehallion Area and the new development will consist of two wells which will be tied back into the existing Schiehallion and Loyal subsea infrastructure, using the processing and export facilities of the Glen Lyon floating, production storage, offload (FPSO) vessel.
The Glen Lyon FPSO will be installed in the West of Shetland, replacing the Schiehallion FPSO, as part of a redevelopment of the Schiehallion and Loyal fields.
Schiehallion and the adjacent Loyal fields were first developed in the mid-1990s and have produced nearly 400m barrels of oil since production started in 1998.