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1, In the Hebrides they shear their sheep later than anywhere else.
2, The Hebrides are to the west of the Scottish mainland.
3, Tradition dies hard in the Hebrides and to be one of the guga hunters was considered a great privilege in Hess.
4, The Outer Hebrides Thrust, and all the important faults mentioned above can be found in the geological map Fig. 7.
5, With the Hebrides Ensemble and the remarkable soprano Lucy Shelton, more revelation was to follow.
6, There is little in the Outer Hebrides at the present time which can be described as natural woodland.
7, This was my first tantalising glimpse of the Hebrides.
8, Skye is one of the Inner Hebrides , a group of islands off Scotland's west coast.
9, Airspace over Scotland's Outer Hebrides has also been closed, but flights in the rest of the UK are operating as normal.
10, An island of northwest Scotland in the Inner Hebrides. It is known for its rugged mountainous scenery.
11, You would have to be living in the Outer Hebrides not to have heard about Harry Potter.
12, In 1695, he toured both the Inner and the Outer Hebrides,[http://sentencedict.com/hebrides.html] visiting many of the islands personally.
13, The very sound of my name in quest of some charitable contribution sends many of them in flight to the Outer Hebrides.
14, No pollen analyses of undisputed late-glacial deposits from the Outer Hebrides have been published.
15, Lewis seemed to be taking it as a personal insult that the family had come to the Hebrides for their summer holiday.
16, He was tall, and looked sunburned, as if he had spent time recently in a climate far from the Hebrides.
17, Hummocky moraines Morainic drift with a typical hummocky landform occupies about 10 percent of the Outer Hebrides.
18, We whipped up Christmassy feelings and pulled decorations and paper hats out of a hamper given by soldiers in the Outer Hebrides.
19, This unit had just received a request from Colonel Keest in the Outer Hebrides for men to be taken off his hands.
20, Under joint French and British control after 1906, New Hebrides achieved independence as Vanuatu in 1980.
21, Scotland has about 800 islands, including the Orkney , Shetlands and Hebrides.
22, The western shore of the windswept Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides is dominated by jagged, rocky cliffs and roiling Atlantic waves.
23, A cavern of western Scotland on Staffa Island in the Inner Hebrides. The cave is noted for its unusual beauty.
24, Probably made in Norway , found on the Isle of Lewis , outer Hebrides, Scotland.
25, There was a house, Barnhill, seven miles outside Ardlussa at the remote northern tip of this rocky finger of heather in the Inner Hebrides.
26, 'Thirty or 40 pilot whales were spotted off the Inner Hebrides at South Uist last week,' he said.
27, Before independence Vanuatu was an obscure Anglo - French territory known as the New Hebrides.
28, Where the Northern Ocean, in vast whirls, Boils round the naked, melancholy isles Of farthest Thule ; and the Atlantic surge Pours in among the stormy Hebrides.
29, Skye is an island of northwest Scotl and in the Inner Hebrides.
30, Alas, 18 years later, Rev Williams was eaten by cannibals in the New Hebrides.
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