Balmoral


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Balmoral,

castle in Scotland.
Balmoral shoe - a type of laced shoe.
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Balmoral Hall has strong scholarship and financial help programs for qualified students and parents, with about one of every three students and parents receiving financial assistance.
PHOTO : Wayne Perry processes dentures for Balmoral Dental Laboratories of Timmins
Bus passengers who purchase early bird tickets on the Balmoral Show website will also be able to enjoy priority entrances to the Show.
In related news, since the Queen's arrival in Balmoral in August, she has been visited by some members of the royal family like Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Andrew, Princess Beatrice, Prince Edward, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and more.
"The work will also ensure that Balmoral complies with changes to regulations affecting heritage ships which the Maritime & Coastguard Agency is currently developing.
The ship is run by the MV Balmoral Fund and operated by White Funnel Limited, which said: "This work is expensive and exceeds the resources currently available to the owning charity, MV Balmoral Fund Limited.
Balmoral cruise ship The Balmoral had a previous norovirus outbreak in February 2010, when 293 of 1,163 passengers on board for a world cruise reported suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting.
8.46 (435m): Any Lace, Dipton Maggie, Ards Apache, Ever So Jessie (M), Balmoral Katie (W), Crooks Storm (W).
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) classed Balmoral's ancient Caledonian pine forest at Ballochbuie as "unfavourable".
Stop by The Balmoral Bar, Princes Street's most exclusive hot spot serving cocktails, shaken and stirred to perfection or relax in The Balmoral Spa with a specially created festive treatment, tailored to help you prepare for this special time of year.
Balmoral was dumped by Waverley Excursions, which ran Balmoral with its paddle steamer Waverley, and she was laid-up in Bristol facing a very bleak future.