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Scotland’s capital Edinburgh boasts a beautiful, hilly landscape, a robust education system and good access to grant funding, public and private investment.6 investors and founders forecast hockey-stick growth for Edinburgh’s startup scene|Mike Butcher|May 29, 2021|TechCrunch
People in London, Edinburgh, or Belfast woke up to the reality that decisions made by a government thousands of miles away could shut down their economies and their lives.What the UK can teach the world about engaging with China|Annabelle Timsit|May 18, 2021|Quartz
Philip, named Duke of Edinburgh, intended to continue his career in the navy.The epic, unlikely love story between Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip|Michael Rosenwald|April 9, 2021|Washington Post
In 1957, Philip, then known only as the Duke of Edinburgh, officially became a Prince after Queen Elizabeth bestowed the title upon him.
Upon marrying the Queen, Prince Philip dropped his title as Prince of Greece and Denmark to become the Duke of Edinburgh.
Although the family was based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sophie studied French and Modern Languages at Oxford University.
EDINBURGH — Every actor can recall their worst review; but most try to keep them under wraps.
At Le Monde Hotel in central Edinburgh this week, she was still captivating at the age of 66.
The Trial of Jane Fonda is at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh until August 24.
The day before his wedding, King George VI titled his future son-in-law Philip Duke of Edinburgh.Queen and Prince Philip Celebrate 66th Wedding Anniversary|Tom Sykes|November 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A brown or dark gray stone, as in Edinburgh, is the principal material used, and gives the city a very substantial appearance.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
John Bell, the distinguished anatomist of Scotland, was born at Edinburgh.
The marquis of Argyle beheaded at Edinburgh and his head set upon the Tolbooth.
In Edinburgh we were near the center from which Scott's vast influences radiated.
Though Edinburgh has unusually broad and well paved streets, it is a trying place for a motorist.
British Dictionary definitions for Edinburgh (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for Edinburgh (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for Edinburgh
Capital of Scotland, located in the Lothian region in the southeastern part; Scotland's banking and administrative center.