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Definition for edinburgh (2 of 2)
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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
Returning to Edinburgh, he, in October 1783, entered the University.The Centenary Garland|Anonymous
If matters went in a certain way Edinburgh might regain ancient pomp and circumstance.Foes|Mary Johnston
Six were hanged in Edinburgh, and the rest either acquitted or put in prison.Border Raids and Reivers|Robert Borland
In Edinburgh, however, where there were ninety chairs in 1738, the chairmen were Highlanders and rather more civil.Carriages & Coaches|Ralph Straus
In the midst of his perplexities Clarges arrived at Edinburgh, and showed him where his escape lay.Monk|Julian Corbett
British Dictionary definitions for edinburgh (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for edinburgh (2 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for edinburgh (3 of 3)
Cultural definitions for edinburgh (1 of 2)
Capital of Scotland, located in the Lothian region in the southeastern part; Scotland's banking and administrative center.
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Cultural definitions for edinburgh (2 of 2)
One of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; contains the northern portion of the island of Great Britain and many surrounding islands. Its capital is Edinburgh, and its largest city is Glasgow.