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Tom'un büyük büyük büyük babaannesi İskoçya'da yaşadı. - Tom's great-great-great grandmother lived in Scotland.

İskoçyalı ve en az on iki yıllık değilse, o zaman viski değildir. - If it's not from Scotland and it hasn't been aged at least twelve years, then it isn't whisky.

[n] İskoçya
İskoçya Scotland Yard Londra Emniyet Müdürlüğü
Scotland Yard
Londra Emniyet Teşkilatı
Scotland Yard
londra emniyet müdürlüğü
Scotland Yard
Londra Emniyet Müdürlüğünün Dedektif Masası
taban oluğu
district of scotland
İskoçya bölge
highlands of scotland
kuzey İskoçya
ters deveboynu
bir çeşit tiriz
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A country in northwest Europe to the north of England and forming part of the United Kingdom
In the 5th century it split into four kingdoms under the Picts, Scots, Britons, and Angles. Scottish unification began in the 9th century. It came under a heavy Anglicizing influence from the 11th century, and its ruler was forced to pay homage to the English crown in 1174, leading to numerous future disputes. The Scottish and English kingdoms were united in 1603 when James VI, son of Mary, Queen of Scots, ascended the English throne as James I. Scotland became part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707, when the parliaments of both governments passed the Act of Union. The English prevailed in two Scottish rebellions in the 18th century, and after 1745 the history of Scotland became part of the history of Great Britain. Scotland has no sovereign executive but retains vestiges of ancient sovereignty in its own legal and educational systems. In 1997 the Scots passed a referendum that allowed them to establish their own parliament in Edinburgh to vote on wide-ranging political issues while remaining part of the United Kingdom. The Scottish Parliament first convened in 1999. Margaret of Scotland Saint Scotland Yard New Scotland Yard
a country in the United Kingdom, north of England. Population: 5,062,011 (2001). Capital: Edinburgh. Scotland was an independent country until the Scottish and English parliaments were united by the 'Act of Union' in 1707, and it still has a different legal system and a different education system from the rest of the UK. Since 1999, Scotland has had its own parliament, although it is part of the UK. Scottish Gaelic is still spoken by some people in the northwest of the country and in the islands off the west coast. Scotland is famous for its beautiful countryside and its many lochs (=lakes) , islands, and mountains. The national symbol of Scotland is the thistle, and its patron saint is Saint Andrew. People from Scotland are called Scots. Northernmost country of the United Kingdom. Area: 30,421 sq mi (78,789 sq km). Population (2001): 5,062,011. Capital: Edinburgh. The population is a blend of Celtic, Angle, and Norman ancestry. Languages: English (official), Scottish Gaelic, and Scots. Religion: Church of Scotland (Presbyterian; official). Currency: pound sterling. Scotland has three major geographic regions. The Highlands, in the north, are occupied by a series of lakes and the Grampian Mountains. The Lowlands, which include some of Scotland's best farmland, comprise the other two major regions: the Midland Valley (Central Lowlands) and the Southern Uplands; the Southern Uplands feature narrow, flat valleys separating table mountains. Scotland has a temperate oceanic climate. Important industries are coal and oil production, electronics, forestry, and marine fishing. Picts inhabited the region when it was invaded by the Romans AD
{i} country in the northern part of the island of Great Britain, division of the United Kingdom
one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
Land o'Lakes
Scotland Yard
The headquarters of the Criminal Investigation Department of the London Metropolitan Police Force
Scotland Yard
the part of the London police that deals with serious crimes, or their main office. officially New Scotland Yard Headquarters of the London Metropolitan Police, and, by extension, the force itself. The London police force was created in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel and housed at 4 Whitehall Place, which had an entrance in Great Scotland Yard. In 1890 it moved to a new building; that location became New Scotland Yard, a name that was kept when it moved again in 1967. In addition to duties common to all metropolitan police forces (including crime detection and prevention and traffic management), it is entrusted with civil defense in times of emergency, and it maintains a special branch for guarding visiting dignitaries, royalty, and political dignitaries. It keeps records on all known criminals in Britain, and other British police forces often seek its assistance. It also helps train the police of Commonwealth nations
Scotland Yard
street in London after which the British police headquarters is named
scotland yard
the detective department of the metropolitan police force of London
Church of Scotland
The national Presbyterian church of Scotland
Kingdom of Scotland
A kingdom in western Europe, until the foundation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain on the First of May 1707
north of the border
North Britain
curse of Scotland
The nine of diamonds

After a moment of silence, it was Miles who announced in a clear and firm voice, “The cards you have put down there all happen to be black—your ‘red’ is the nine of diamonds, the curse of Scotland, and it's right here,” reaching to lift the sharper's hat, and to remove from atop his head, and exhibit, the card at issue.

Bank of Scotland
one of the main banks in Scotland
Church of Scotland
the Church of Scotland the state church in Scotland
Free Church of Scotland
a small group of Protestant Christians mainly in the Highlands of Scotland, who are against any form of work on Sundays. Its members are sometimes called wee frees
Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
a small group of Protestant Christians mainly in the Highlands of Scotland. It has similar views to the Free Church of Scotland, especially in connection with keeping Sunday for study of the Bible and worship of God
New Scotland Yard
the official name for Scotland Yard
Saint Margaret of Scotland
born 1045, probably Hungary died Nov. 16, 1093, Edinburgh; canonized 1250; feast day November 16, Scottish feast day June 16 Patron saint of Scotland. Sister of Edgar the Aetheling, she married Malcolm III Canmore, and three of their sons succeeded to Scotland's throne. She founded abbeys, worked for justice, improved conditions for the poor, and persuaded Malcolm to initiate a series of ecclesiastical reforms that transformed Scotland's religious and cultural life

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    /ˈskätlənd/ /ˈskɑːtlənd/


    () From Middle English, from Old English Scotland (“Ireland", later also "Scotland”, literally “land of the Scots”), equivalent to Scot +‎ land.

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