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clachan

A small village or hamlet in Scotland or Ireland.
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Barilli and Carmichael kicked their title bid into gear with a 3-1 win over Clachan Bar's Leigh Byron and Frazer Trench, before the last game in the top half of the draw gave Bambrick andThomson a difficult task as they went down 3-1 to DavidTaylor and John Barclay Jnr.
The Clachan Inn, right, claims an official title as Scotland's oldest licensed premises, dating back to 1734.
Elderly people up to the age of 90 are treated in Clachan of Campsie House, many of them with dementia.
Lizzie Clachan's set is a comfortable 1950s-style family home.
(6) Nearby was 'An Clachan', an evocation of a Highland village, while there were also commercial pavilions, such as those of the German Potash Syndicate, the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Royal Scottish Arboricultural Society, bandstands and restaurants.
The Brookhouse - open The Clachan (formerly the Vine) - open Kelly's Dispensary - open The Willow Bank - open The Woodcroft - converted into Indian restaurant The Royal Hotel - closed The Mulliner - closed and up for sale The Newstead Abbey - open The New Campfield - closed and converted into flats The Boundary - open
It's a tribute to designer Lizzie Clachan and lighting designer Neff Austin that the mostly two-handed scenes illustrating the engulfing financial, social and emotional claustrophobia of Racheal's life are rendered strikingly across the wide open space of the National's almost abandoned Lyttelton stage.
Visitors can also opt to stay in one of the eight An Clachan selfcatering cottages on the site of the centre.
Visitors can also opt to stay in one of the eight An Clachan self-catering cottages on the site of the centre.
ScottishPower Renewables, a unit of Iberdrola Renovables, has officially opened its Clachan Flats wind farm in Argyll, Scotland.
CLACHAN Bed and Breakfast, at Wick in the Highlands of Scotland, has won a Scottish Tourist Board Gold Star.