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(ster'ling),
William, British histologist and physiologist, 1851-1932. See: Stirling modification of Gram stain.
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Stirling, who by coincidence also was named 2001 Agri-Marketer of the Year by CAMA, took the so-called bull by the horns and met with his agency--Kahntact Marketing of Guelph, Ontario--to develop a program to promote the positive environmental stewardship activities of those in agriculture.
The inquest heard how an inspector in the Dyfed Powys operations room had received an emergency call from a "calm and rational" Mr Stirling in the early hours of Sunday, June 17 this year.
The caller identified himself as Mr Stirling and gave his address as Clatterbrune House, Greenfield Road, Presteigne.
The noise emitted from this demonstration Stirling machine was roughly 20 decibels quieter than most of today's commercial engines.
Stirling (rural): Callander Woollen Mill; Deli Ecosse, Callander; Main Street Bakery, Callander; Mhor Bread, Callander; Puddingstone Place Cafe, Callander;Tesco Express, Callander; Crown Hotel, Callander; Old Bank Restaurant, Callander; The Waverly, Callander; Balfron police station; Callander police station.
03 Contract Award Notice (below OJEU threshold) or call off from a framework (any value): The purpose of this tender is to engage the services of a suitably qualified contractor to carry out the surface dressing of carriageways at predetermined locations within stirling, falkirk and clackmannanshire councils.
Cruden Homes are offering buyers of a new apartment on the latest phases of their Evolution and Stirling Bridge developments in Edinburgh and Stirling respectively, the chance to be in their new home within a month with just a PS99 reservation fee and a welcome stocking filler present of PS1500 cash back to spend as they wish.
According to Anthony Quin, a partner at Stirlingbased solicitor Muirhead Buchanan: "Stirling has traditionally been seen as a quiet market town which you pass on the motorway or the train on the way to other parts of the country, with lovely views of Stirling castle and the Wallace Monument as you go by."
The regiment's creator Col David Stirling spoke about it in a filmed interview for a reunion in 1984.
RE your story on the bouncy castle being removed from Beechwood Park, Stirling. The castle was withdrawn from Beechwood Park for commercial reasons.