1. Beret - Wikipedia

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    • A beret is a soft, round, flat-crowned hat, usually of woven, hand-knitted wool, crocheted cotton, wool felt, or acrylic fibre. Mass production began in 19th-century France and Spain, countries with which it remains associated. Berets are worn as part of the uniform of many military and police units worldwide, as well as by other organisations.
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  2. Benedictine Abbey of Kilwinning - Encyclopedia Volume ...

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    What is certain is that there was a Christian church at Kilwinning, and also a monastery of Culdees, several centuries before the foundation of the Benedictine house by Hugh de Morville, Constable of Scotland, and a great territorial magnate of the district, somewhere between 1140 and 1162.

  3. Famous Freemasons M-Z

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    Famous Freemasons. M. ... Rickenbacker was a Mason in Kilwinning Lodge No. 297, Michigan. Riley, Charles Owen Leaver ... (1778-1850) San Martin was an Argentine General and the prime leader of the southern part of South Americas successful struggle for independence from Spain. At the early age of seven he left Argentina and studied in

  4. Beret | Military Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    • A beret (/bre/ BERR-ay or /bre/ b-RAY; French: ) is a soft, round, flat-crowned hat, usually of woven, hand-knitted wool, crocheted cotton, wool felt, or acrylic fibre.
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  5. Argentinas senators reject measure to legalise abortion ...

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    Dating; Ardrossan 12°c. Our Facebook feedsArdrossan Herald Facebook. ... The Catholic Church and other groups opposed it, saying it violated Argentine law, which guarantees life from the moment of conception. ... Activists estimate that 3,000 women in Argentina have died of illegal abortions since 1983.

  6. Ransom sacrifice - Revolvy

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    The theory teaches that the death of Christ was a ransom sacrifice, usually said to have been paid to Satan or to death itself, in some views paid to God the Father, in satisfaction for the bondage and debt on the souls of humanity as a result of inherited sin.

  7. Ford Abbey - Revolvy

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    Kilwinning Abbey is a ruined abbey located in the centre of the town of Kilwinning , North Ayrshire . History The establishment of the Abbey Kilwinning Abbey as it stands today The ancient name of the town is 'Segdoune' or 'Saigtown', probably derived from 'Sanctoun', meaning the 'town of the saint'.

  8. Battlefields of Scotland 1913 | Picts | Scotland

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    Battlefields of Scotland 1913. Uploaded by Grant MacDonald. By TC. BROTCHIE CHAPTERS I. PRE-ROMAN TIMES . ... The Scotch burned villages and and they killed great numbers of men and churches, women. They took the small children, and, raising them on the points of their spears, shook them ... Giles de Argentine, and Sir and

  9. History of Ardrossan | Radio | Entertainment (General)

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    History of Ardrossan. Ardrossan Coat of Arms ... was born at Buckreddan Maternity Hospital, Kilwinning, Ayrshire on 16/5/1953 and a few days later I would be taken home to my parents attic flat at 48 Kilmahew Street, Ardrossan. ... Ardrossan. However, a painting dating to around 1830 shows it to have been twice as high as the present ...

  10. The Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume III Part 1 Slice 2 ...

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    The Project Gutenberg EBook of Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2, by Various This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.