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FORT AUGUSTUS
SMALL ISLES
KYLEAKIN
ARMADALE
PORTREE
UIG
SKYE TERRIERS
AZURA SKYE
SOUND
GROUP
LIFE
LONG
LITTLE
SELECTION
SKY
BRITAIN
REPORT
REGION
HONEY
POUND
GENERAL ELECTION
CENT
POPULATION
NORTH
CASTLES
PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY
FIRST
KYLE
LEWIS
FAMOUS
CAVES
PRIMARY SCHOOLS
NORTHWEST COAST
OLD FRIENDS
PARLIAMENT
WEST COAST
OUTER HEBRIDES
NITRO GIRL
SCOTTISH GAELIC
SLEAT
MALLAIG
LOCHABER
LOCHALSH
PARTY
PART
ISLANDS
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Definitions

  1. Skye is a stark yet stunning island, with hundreds of miles of rugged shoreline and towering black cliffs interrupted by sheltered beaches.
  2. Skye is the northernmost of the Inner Hebrides, coloured red on this map of western Scotland.
  3. Skye is a 6 month old puppy.
  4. Skye is the ramblers' paradise where the Cuillin Mountains can be tackled by climbers or easy walks taken along cliffs and foreshore.
  5. Skye is linked to the mainland by the Skye Bridge, while ferries sail from Armadale on the island to Mallaig, and from Kylerhea to Glenelg. (Web site)

Fort Augustus

  1. Two other routes to Fort Augustus via Broadford or Hallin on the Isle of Skye are also under consideration. (Web site)

Small Isles

  1. The northern Inner Hebrides comprise Skye, the Small Isles and some smaller islands surrounding Skye.

Kyleakin

  1. It is being held in Saucy Mary's Lodge, Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye. (Web site)

Armadale

  1. It was named after Armadale on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, but seemingly the city fathers were not good spellers.
  2. Armadale castle ruins Armadale Castle is a ruined country house in Armadale, Isle of Skye, former home of the MacDonalds of Sleat. (Web site)

Portree

  1. The main offices of the Skye and Lochalsh district council were in Portree, on the Isle of Skye. (Web site)

Uig

  1. It is also a car ferry terminal to Uig on Skye.

Skye Terriers

  1. It is one of the five terriers that originated in Scotland and the other four are West Highland White, Dandie Dinmont, Cairn and Skye Terriers.

Azura Skye

  1. Azura Skye Shrine is not affiliated with Azura Skye, the WB Network, or in any other way, shape or form.

Sound

  1. It is separated from Skye by the Sound of Raasay and from Applecross by the Inner Sound. (Web site)

Group

  1. Fiddler for this group is Skye Steele.

Life

  1. The poet Sorley MacLean, a native of the Isle of Raasay which lies off the island's east coast, lived much of his life on Skye. (Web site)
  2. David Canary appeared on One Life to Live in 2001 as Adam Chandler, during the storyline revealing Rae Cummings to be Skye Chandler 's mother.

Long

  1. Like other eBooks whose texts are reproduced on Undiscovered Scotland, A Summer in Skye by Alexander Smith is long out of copyright. (Web site)
  2. Skye Terrier The Skye Terrier is an elegant, long and low terrier.

Little

  1. However, little remains of their presence in the written or archeological record on Skye.

Selection

  1. He is planning guest ales from local breweries eg Isle of Skye, Black Isle, Seil or Oyster plus a selection of 'local' malts. (Web site)

Sky

  1. Azure is a color - often associated with the sky - thus the stage name "Azura Skye".

Britain

  1. Its focus is a primary school at Sleat, in the south-west of Skye, one of the most rugged and seductive parts of Britain. (Web site)

Report

  1. In this study, we report on the interaction of Tertiary igneous intrusions (dolerite sills) and carbon-rich Jurassic mudrocks on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.

Region

  1. Later that year Highland Council decided to make Sleat primary school in Skye the first dedicated Gaelic-medium school in the region.

Honey

  1. Whisky made on the Isle of Skye (Scotland), flavoured with honey and herbs.
  2. Happy Skye Fine Tea Provides a selection of teas, honey and teapots.

Pound

  1. Mid Highland Community Health Partnership (CHP) has a total of £71M of which £11.7M was allocated to Skye & Lochalsh. (Web site)

General Election

  1. As a result of boundary and name changes introduced for the 2005 general election the Ross, Skye and Inverness West constituency was abolished. (Web site)

Cent

  1. Just over 30 per cent of the residents on Skye speak the Gaelic language. (Web site)
  2. By 1971, only the Kilmuir parish still had more than 75 per cent Gaelic speakers, the rest of Skye ranged between 50-74 per cent. (Web site)

Population

  1. The population of Skye at the 2001 census was 9,232. (Web site)

North

  1. It lies to the south of the isle of Skye, and to the north of the Ardnamurchan peninsula.

Castles

  1. Castles, distillery visitor centre, and a selection of restaurants and pubs all make a visit to Skye an unforgettable experience.

Parliamentary Constituency

  1. In 1983 boundaries changed to bring the Isle of Skye and Raasay into the new parliamentary constituency of Ross, Cromarty and Skye.
  2. In 1997 the boundary changed to bring in the two islands forming the new parliamentary constituency of Ross, Cromarty and Skye. (Web site)

First

  1. The first recorded notice of a Viking attack on Ireland was at Lambey by 795AD. Norsemen - probably Norwegians - had sailed south from Skye in Scotland. (Web site)
  2. Mink are likely to have first crossed to Skye at the Kylerhea narrows and have been recorded from all major points around the Skye coast-line.
  3. Sometimes people are a little taken aback when they first see me," said Skye, a mother-of-two. (Web site)

Kyle

  1. Train services run from Kyle of Lochalsh at the mainland end of the Skye Bridge to Inverness.

Lewis

  1. The Ross and Cromarty lieutenancy area includes the Lochalsh area and Skye and Raasay, but not the Isle of Lewis.
  2. At 1,656 square kilometres (639 sq mi), Skye is the second-largest island in Scotland after Lewis and Harris. (Web site)

Famous

  1. One of the largest and best known Scottish islands, Skye is particularly famous for its mountain scenery. (Web site)
  2. Probably the most famous of Skye Terriers, 'Greyfriars' Bobby lived a life of devotion which became synonymous with loyalty between a man and his dog. (Web site)

Caves

  1. I first became aware of the cave from Grampian Speleogical Group’s comprehensive survey of the Caves of Skye, published in 1995. (Web site)

Primary Schools

  1. During the Open Days two primary schools visited the site through the organisation of Susan Walker, the schools co-ordinator for Skye & Lochalsh District. (Web site)

Northwest Coast

  1. Loch Snizort Large sea loch on the northwest coast of Skye, between the Trotternish and Vaternish peninsulas. (Web site)

Old Friends

  1. At the end of the 1960s MacLeod was reunited with Donovan who whisked him off, with a group of other old friends, to the Isle of Skye. (Web site)

Parliament

  1. Until 1983, mainland Ross and Cromarty returned one member to parliament, whilst Skye and Raasay were linked with the Inverness-shire constituency. (Web site)

West Coast

  1. Dunvegan Castle, looking towards MacLeods Tables Dunvegan Castle is a castle at Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye, off the west coast of Scotland. (Web site)
  2. Take a drive to the west Coast through spectacular scenery, Skye, Ullapool, Fort William, Fort Augustus are all within easy reach.

Outer Hebrides

  1. Soon he was working for famed naturalist Gavin Maxwell on the Isle of Skye in the Outer Hebrides. (Web site)

Nitro Girl

  1. As a Nitro girl her named change from Sky to Skye.

Scottish Gaelic

  1. What is known as Scottish Gaelic today seems to have evolved from the Gaelic spoken in The Outer Hebrides and on Skye. (Web site)

Sleat

  1. Skye consists of a series of peninsulas, including Sleat, Strathaird, Minginish and Duirinish to the south, with Waternish and Trotternish to the north west. (Web site)
  2. A hamlet on the coast of Knoydart, Highland Council Area, Airor looks out over the Sound of Sleat to Skye. (Web site)
  3. Sleat is a peninsula on the Isle of Skye in the Highland council area Scotland.

Mallaig

  1. During the summer there is a steam train which runs between Fort William and Mallaig (the port for the ferry to Skye).

Lochaber

  1. Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch is a proposed constituency of the Scottish Parliament (Holyrood).
  2. He is the Liberal Democrat MP for the seat which replaced it in 2005, Ross, Skye and Lochaber.

Lochalsh

  1. If you are a craft maker in Skye, Lochalsh or Wester Ross you can now apply to An Tuireann for funding for the development of your practice.
  2. Or by ferry and road via Skye to Kyle of Lochalsh, to join the Kyle Line, another of the Highland's great scenic railways. (Web site)
  3. The constituency area was then that of the district of Ross and Cromarty plus the Lochalsh area of Skye and Lochalsh.

Party

  1. After a first repulse at Waternish, Skye, the party landed at Kilbride, Skye, within easy access of Monkstadt, the seat of Sir Alexander MacDonald. (Web site)

Part

  1. Kyle of Lochalsh is part of the Ross, Skye and Lochaber constituency, one of three covering the Highland council area. (Web site)
  2. In 1997 most of the constituency became part of the then new Ross, Skye and Inverness West constituency. (Web site)
  3. The northern Inner Hebrides including Skye, the Small Isles and the Summer Isles are part of the Highland unitary council region.

Islands

  1. There are 36 inhabited islands in this archipelago of which Islay, Mull and Skye are the largest and most populous.
  2. The modern lieutenancy area includes the islands of Skye and Raasay. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Isle
  2. United Kingdom > Scotland > Burghs > Cromarty
  3. Politics > Government > Elections > Constituency
  4. Science > Geography > Regions > Ross
  5. Nairn

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