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Ayrshire

a hardy breed of Scottish dairy cattle with a white haircoat splashed with large patches of bay (red-brown) to brown coloring, and long, upward pointing (lyre) horns. Their temperament is inclined to be irascible. Known to carry an inherited predisposition to congenital lymphatic vessel obstruction.
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The Association have now identified further potential development opportunities on brownfield and greenfield sites (predominantly within Ayrshire, Scotland, UK) to be procured between 2015 and 2019.
Young, who now lives in Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland, admitted three breaches of the order, common assault and theft from a shop.
The best restaurant I have ever eaten at was at Glenapp Castle in Ayrshire, Scotland.
ESCAPEE: Andrew Farndon and Cowan were arrested along with Karen Legge, 44, Alan Hornall, 33, both from New Cumnock, and a 16-year-old boy by officers from Strathclyde Police in Ayrshire, Scotland.
Jai, 25, from Ayrshire, Scotland, says he "welled up" when he heard the schoolboy's debut album and they have forged a strong bond after a live tour together.
Yesterday's inquest heard that Sgt Bradshaw, from Torridge, Tamworth, died with Royal Navy officer James Adam, aged 28 and from Ayrshire, Scotland, during the Manx Grand Prix's junior race.
I turned professional in 1997 and did my training at the Turnberry Hotel and Golf Courses Resort in Ayrshire, Scotland where the winning Ryder Cup captain has his Colin Montgomerie Links Golf Academy," says Park.
Nicholas, who was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, but moved to Grangetown at the age of 14, was buoyed by the positive comments.
Scores in the Open Qualifying Final Championship, Glasgow Gailes, Kilmarnock Barassie, Western Gailes, Ayrshire, Scotland (par: 71, 71, 73): (x) denotes amateurs Glasgow Gailes 67 Elliot Saltman 69 Craig Corrigan, James Gill (Nzl), Paul Maddy, Nicolas Redfern (Hkg), Peter Baker, Euan Little, Chris Gaunt (Aus), Thomas Aiken (Rsa) 7 Kilmarnock Barassie 64 Markus Brier (Aut) 66 Lloyd Saltman 67 Manuel Quiros (Spa), Ian Walley Western Gailes 68 (x) James Byrne 69 Carlos Balmaseda (Spa)
London, January 20 (ANI): Prince Charles showed his penchant for martinis when he sipped gin and tonic during a visit to William Grant and Sons' distillery near Girvan in Ayrshire, Scotland.
He learns he has been recommended for officer training at Gailes, Ayrshire, Scotland - a considerable promotion but of even greater importance for a black man at this time.
Witnesses said they saw flames 100ft high shoot into the air after the fire took hold at the factory in Ayrshire, Scotland.