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  • Dr Thomas Oliver — (1871 1946) was a Scottish teacher, and religious writer. In the early 1900s Oliver was a tenant farmer in the Scottish Borders. He later became Principal of the Scottish Woollen Technical College, founded 1922. The College s predecessors were… …   Wikipedia

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  • James Earle Fraser (sculptor) — James Earle Fraser (November 4, 1876 ndash;October 11, 1953) was an American sculptor.Life and careerFraser was born in Winona, Minnesota. His father, Thomas Fraser, was an engineer who worked for railroad companies as they expanded across the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Scotland — • The northern portion of the Island of Great Britain Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Scotland     Scotland     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Battle of Halidon Hill — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Halidon Hill partof=the Second War of Scottish Independence caption= date=July 19 1333 place=Halidon Hill, near Berwick upon Tweed result=Decisive English victory combatant1= combatant2= commander1=Sir …   Wikipedia

  • A1 road (Great Britain) — UK road routebox road= A1 length mi= 409 length km= 658 direction= South North start= City of London destinations= Watford Hemel Hempstead St Albans Hatfield Hertford Stevenage Bedford Huntingdon Cambridge Peterborough Stamford Grantham Newark on …   Wikipedia

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