Balmoral


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Balmoral,

castle in Scotland.
Balmoral shoe - a type of laced shoe.
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David Ford added: It has been my pleasure to visit Lisburn PCSP s stand at the Balmoral Show today.
Now the Balmoral Strategy Group (BSG) has received an astonishing PS100,000 of public donations, but needs another PS250,000 to return to service.
Balmoral is a Canadian-based precious metal exploration and development company focused on high-grade gold discoveries along the Detour Gold Trend in Quebec, Canada.
Balmoral Tanks' export sales director, Colin Shaw, said: "Having operated in the Mena region for many years, our company is recognised for providing top quality products and is always specified in the most prestigious projects.
Olsen Cruise Lines for such wonderful hospitality to the 'Cobh Animation Team' on board the Balmoral in Cobh last Friday.
The strong gales on Monday prevented the Balmoral from docking in Cobh, Ireland.
The same number of 1,309 passengers - not including crew - are aboard the MS Balmoral as on the ill-fated ship with around 50 having a direct family connection to the sinking.
We are pleased to welcome Balmoral Resources to OTCQX.
Except the outlook is far better in the Observatory lounge on the top deck of Balmoral, where the large windows offer wide-open views of the sea.
For families, The Balmoral offers the 'An Unforgettable Family Affair' package, where parents booking a classic room receive a complimentary second room for their children including Scottish breakfast and other exciting goodies.
There has been an exciting new development at Balmoral Court recently, in that we have now created totally separate male and female units.