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Debbie Romero, ColorTyme Director of Purchasing [01:34]
Debbie Romero, ColorTyme Director of Purchasing interviewed by APRO's Cindy Ferguson at ColorTymes 2013 Convention in Frisco, Texas Jan. 21.
Scotland (Scottish Gaelic Alba, Eng. Scotland) is a former independent kingdom of northwest Europe. Now it is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain, and the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland Islands. In the south is bordered by England. East Scottish coast is washed by the North Sea to the north and west of the Atlantic Ocean, south-west - the Irish Sea. Scotland's capital and second largest city of Edinburgh is one of Europe's largest financial centers.  The largest Scottish city of Glasgow, who is also a conglomeration of Greater Glasgow center. Current Scottish border close to 1237. Treaty of York between Scotland and England in 1266. Perth treaty between Scotland and Norway's borders. Exception of the Isle of Man, which now reports directly to the United Kingdom, Orkney and Shetland Islands, which is now part of Scotland, rather than Norway and Berwick-upon-Tweed, which is assigned by England in 1746. Berwick Act.
66s at Holytown, Scotland. [01:15]
A Shed in each direction!
John Henry Alexander Gravestone Necropolis Glasgow Scotland [00:49]
Tour Scotland video of the John Henry Alexander Memorial gravestone on visit to Glasgow Necropolis. Under the direction of Alexander, the Theatre Royal on Dunlop Street became Glasgow's premier theatre. In 1849, however, the building caught fire during a show and sixty-five customers died. Alexander was said never to have recovered from the shock and died not long afterwards.
Balnuaran of Clava Scotland [03:11]
The Clava cairn is a type of Bronze Age circular chamber tomb cairn, named after the group of 3 cairns at Balnuaran of Clava, to the east of Inverness in Scotland. There are about 50 cairns of this type in an area round about Inverness. They fall into two sub-types, one typically consisting of a corbelled passage grave with a single burial chamber linked to the entrance by a short passage and covered with a cairn of stones, with the entrances oriented south west towards midwinter sunset. In the other sub-type an annular ring cairn encloses an apparently unroofed area with no formal means of access from the outside. In both sub-types a stone circle surrounds the whole tomb and a kerb often runs around the cairn. The heights of the standing stones vary in height so that the tallest fringe the entrance (oriented south west) and the shortest are directly opposite it. Where Clava-type tombs have still contained burial remains, only one or two bodies appear to have been buried in each, and the lack of access to the second sub-type suggests that there was no intention of re-visiting the dead or communally adding future burials as had been the case with Neolithic cairn tombs.