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Kuzeyde İskoçya, güneyde İngiltere, batıda Galler ve daha batıda da Kuzey İrlanda var. - In the north, there's Scotland; in the south, England; in the west, Wales; and further west, Northern Ireland.

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.

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A concave molding with a lower edge projecting beyond the top
{n} a semicircular cavity or channel between the tores in the bases of columns
{i} Scotland (Literary)
A quarter-round concave molding
A decorative strip which, when attached to the underside of the tread nosing, covers the joint between the tread and the riser
Concave moulding at the base of a column that casts a strong shadow
Wooden molding used under the stair treads and on top of the J-Cap on skirt board
One of the names for Ireland in the early medieval period
A concave molding
A concave molding consisting of an irregular curve Used under the nosing of stair treads and for cornice trim
A concave molding used especially in classical architecture
Nova Scotia
A province in eastern Canada, capital Halifax
Nova Scotia
a province of southeast Canada on the Atlantic Ocean, whose capital city is Halifax. It consists mainly of farmland and forests, and it also produces minerals. Province (pop., 2001: 943,000), Canada, one of the Maritime Provinces. It comprises the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island, and a few small adjacent islands, and it is bounded by the Northumberland Strait, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Fundy, and New Brunswick. Its capital is Halifax. The region was first visited by Vikings AD 1000 and was inhabited by Micmac Indians when John Cabot claimed it for England in 1497. French settlers in 1605 adopted the Micmac name Acadia for the region. English and Scottish colonists arrived by 1621. The conflict between France and England over control of the area was ended by the 1713 Peace of Utrecht, which awarded it to England. In the 1750s, the British expelled most of the French settlers. Following the American Revolution, many loyalists emigrated there. It joined the Dominion of Canada in 1867 as one of the original members. The province's economic mainstays are fishing, shipbuilding, and transatlantic shipping
Nova Scotia
{i} province located on a peninsula in southeastern Canada
nova scotia
the Canadian province in the Maritimes consisting of the Nova Scotia peninsula and Cape Breton Island; French settlers who called the area Acadia were exiled to Louisiana by the British in the 1750s and their descendants are know as Cajuns a peninsula in eastern Canada between the Bay of Fundy and the Saint Lawrence River
nova scotia
A geographical area of the eastern seaboard of Canada
nova scotia
a peninsula in eastern Canada between the Bay of Fundy and the Saint Lawrence River
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    /ˈskōsʜə/ /ˈskoʊʃə/


    [ 'skO-sh(E-)&, -tE-& ] (noun.) 1563. From Latin scotia, from Ancient Greek σκοτία (skotia, “dark, shadowy”).

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