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Edinburgh

A major city in Scotland, home to two Royal Colleges and the Burke and Hare murders (see there); pronounced, EHD in buruh.
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This," said the guard, pointing to an old-fashioned Edinburgh and London mail, which had the steps down and the door open.
My uncle gave a loud stamp on the boot in the energy of the moment, and-- found that it was gray morning, and he was sitting in the wheelwright's yard, on the box of an old Edinburgh mail, shivering with the cold and wet and stamping his feet to warm them
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 3 - 25 August Musicians from Switzerland, Norway and Australia will be among the sparkling line-up at this summer's 62[sup.
EDINBURGH wing Lee Jones is to make his Scotland debut in the RBS 6 Nations opener with England at Murrayfield on Saturday.
In summer 2012, as the world's elite athletes gather in London, the best of the world's cultural talent will gather in Edinburgh as they do every year in what is the world's leading Festival City.
1 WEST LOTHIAN HIGHLAND GAMES -May 29 2 GARDENING SCOTLAND -June 4-6 3 EDINBURGH FILM FESTIVAL -June 16-27 4 RECORD FAIR -Jun 20, Jul 11, Aug 22, Sept 22, Oct 10, Nov 28, Dec 30 5 JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL -July 30-August 8 6 EDINBURGH COMEDY FESTIVAL -August 5-30 7 EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL -August 6-30 8 FESTIVAL OF SPIRITUALITY AND PEACE -August 7-29 9 EDINBURGH'S HOGMANAY CARNIVAL -December 28-January 4 Details supplied by Travelodge.
NICKY LITTLE and Ryan Davis missed four penalties as Bath crashed to defeat against Edinburgh.
According to the results of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 published in December, the Edinburgh School of Architecture and landscape Architecture, which combines research from the University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh College of Art, leads Scotland in research in architecture, landscape architecture and the built environment.
EDINBURGH fly-half Phil Godman, who once turned down a football career with Hibs, is set to feature in the autumn Tests after being named in Scotland's final training squad yesterday.
Williams has included three uncapped players in his first Six Nations team -in Edinburgh centre Tom Philip,Borders scrum-halfChris Cusiter and Edinburgh back-row forward Allister Hogg.
In fast succession, the San Francisco Ballet gave a week's season at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and then New York City Ballet appeared at the Edinburgh Festival.
The popular image of Edinburgh, depicted by seventeenth- and eighteenth-century engravers, is the Royal Mile -- the medieval backbone of the Old Town that descends from west to east, from the castle at its head to the Palace of Holyrood House at its foot.

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