Balmoral

=Places=

There are several places named Balmoral.

Australia

*Balmoral, New South Wales (Lake Macquarie)
*Balmoral, New South Wales (Sydney)
*Balmoral, New South Wales (Southern Highlands)
*Balmoral, Queensland
*Balmoral, Victoria
*Balmoral, Western Australia

Canada

*Balmoral, New Brunswick
*Balmoral Grist Mill Museum, Balmoral Mills, Nova Scotia

Northern Ireland

* The Balmoral Show takes place in the Kings Hall show-ground on the outskirts of Belfast in Northern Ireland and is a major agricultural show which takes place every year.
* The Balmoral area of Belfast incorporates the Lisburn Road, and the Malone Road.
* Balmoral Avenue is a large road which intersects the Lisburn Road and the Malone Road.
* Balmoral Golf Club is also situated nearby.
* Balmoral railway station

New Zealand

* Balmoral, New Zealand, a suburb of Auckland.

cotland

* An estate including a small village in the highlands of Scotland, close to Balmoral Castle
* Balmoral Castle: one residence of Queen Elizabeth II
* The Balmoral Hotel, a luxury hotel located in Edinburgh.

Headgear

* A Balmoral bonnet, named for the Scottish village and castle, is an unbrimmed cap. It may or may not incorporate a toorie (the correct term for the "pompom" on top). It is occasionally seen in Commonwealth military and naval uniforms as well as Scottish Highland dress. Balmorals (and a similar hat called a General Service cap) were worn as field dress by Scottish and Commonwealth soldiers, though sometimes also with more formal uniform, though the glengarry is generally used for the latter purpose.

Theater

* "Balmoral" (play), a 1987 play by Michael Frayn

Footwear

* "Balmoral" (shoe), a type of men's dress shoe

Boats

* The MV Balmoral is a passenger ship used for pleasure cruises in the United Kingdom.
* The Balmoral is a cruise ship in use by Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines.

Balmoral Chicken

* Also known as Chicken Balmoral [http://www.scotlandontv.tv/scotland_on_tv/experience/recipes/balmoralchicken.html] , this is a popular Scottish dish comprising chicken breast stuffed with haggis.

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  • Balmoral — ist eine Siedlung in Schottland. Dort befindet sich die Sommerresidenz der britischen Königsfamilie, siehe Balmoral Castle. Es gibt weiter einige Orte dieses Namens in Australien und Neuseeland: Balmoral (New South Wales) Balmoral (Queensland)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Balmoral — Bal*mor al, n. [From Balmoral Castle, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.] 1. A long woolen petticoat, worn immediately under the dress. [1913 Webster] 2. A kind of stout walking shoe, laced in front. [1913 Webster] A man who uses his balmorals to tread… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Balmoral — [bal môr′əl, balmär′əl] n. [after Balmoral Castle, Scotland] 1. a striped or figured woolen petticoat formerly worn beneath a skirt that was looped up in front 2. [also b ] a) a kind of laced walking shoe b) a round, brimless Scottish cap, flat… …   English World dictionary

  • Balmoral — in Schottland, früher Besitzthum des Earl von Fife, ging 1850 durch Kauf an die Königin [254] Victoria von England über u. ist seit dieser Zeit deren Lieblingssommeraufenthalt …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Balmoral — (spr. bälmórrel, »Sitz der Majestät«), Schloß in Aberdeenshire (Schottland), am obern Dee, 282 m ü. M., wurde 1848 von der Königin Viktoria angekauft, 1853 neu gebaut, war Lieblingsherbstaufenthalt der Königin. 3 km östlich Abergel die Castle,… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Balmoral — Balmoral, castillo de …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • balmoral — ● balmoral nom masculin Chaussure d homme à tige montante …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Balmoral — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Plusieurs lieux portent le nom de Balmoral : Sommaire 1 Australie 2 Canada …   Wikipédia en Français

  • balmoral — noun Etymology: Balmoral Castle, Scotland Date: 1859 1. a laced boot or shoe 2. often capitalized a round flat cap with a top projecting all around …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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