Callander


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Cal·lan·der

(kawl'ăn-dĕr),
Latimer, San Francisco surgeon, 1892-1947. See: Callander amputation.
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There may be only 15 miles between Aberfoyle and Callander in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park but this Great Scottish Journey includes the magnificent Duke's Pass.
Plans were approved by the National Park Authority this week for construction of the homes on land at Claish Farm, Callander.
Lochhill Rose Bowl: B&D Callander. Inglestonford Cup (boys): L Baxter.
The pair were pulled from the water at Bracklinn Falls in Callander, Perthshire, at about 11.30am after getting into difficulties.
Emergency services were called to Bracklinn Falls in Callander, central Scotland, on Thursday at about 11.30am.
The Feughside Guest House, in Strachan, is on the market for PS555,000 after owners Catherine and Donald Callander decided to move to the south-west coast of Scotland to be closer to their family.
HEALTH PROFESSIONALS' ability to either disempower patients and parents with their language, or to communicate with compassion and clarity, was the theme of an address by Rachel Callander.
Georgina Callander, 18, is among the 22 people confirmed dead in the bombing.
For while it's a case of getting used to walking again on her new knee for 100-year-old Florence Callander, her ninemonth-old namesake is on the verge of walking unaided for the very first time.
A familiar structure in Callander is finally getting a much-needed refurbishment.
The Government confirmed aid workers David Callander and Ken O'Keefe were freed by Greek authorities and allowed to leave the country.
The poem, called The Hills of Killearn, is part of a hidden collection of documents kept at Cambusmore House near Callander.