[kurk-wawl, -wuh l]
- a town on Pomona island, NE of Scotland in the Orkney Islands: administrative center of the Orkney Islands.
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Examples from the Web for kirkwall
I said softly, and then I began to read what the Times had to say about Kirkwall.
And who may thou be going to give a ‘large sum of money’ to, in Kirkwall town?
Things have come to this––Boris has made love to Sunna in the face of all Kirkwall.
I do not want 241 the women of Kirkwall wondering who was to blame.
The claims on his protection of even the remote Kirkwall did not escape him.The Cruise of the Betsey
- a town on the N coast of Mainland in the Orkney Islands: administrative centre of the island authority of Orkney: cathedral built by Norsemen (begun in 1137). Pop: 6206 (2001)
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