The Mearns

The Mearns
geographical name see Kincardine

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Mearns Castle — is a fifteenth century tower house in Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire, to the south of Glasgow, Scotland.[1] It is a Category A listed building …   Wikipedia

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  • Mearns-Luzonratte — Systematik Unterordnung: Mäuseverwandte (Myomorpha) Überfamilie: Mäuseartige (Muroidea) Familie: Langschwanzmäuse (Muridae) Unterfamilie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mearns Academy — is a secondary school in south Aberdeenshire, Scotland serving Laurencekirk and the surrounding areas (St. Cyrus, Marykirk, Fettercairn, Auchenblae, Luthermuir, Edzell Woods, Fordoun and Edzell). The school building was the former primary school… …   Wikipedia

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