[muhth -er-wel, -wuh l]
- Robert,1915–91, U.S. painter.
- an administrative district in the Strathclyde region, in S Scotland.
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It was first printed in full (A b) in Motherwell's Minstrelsy.
Besides, Motherwell gives us to understand that his changes are few.
Now Motherwell, too, was born in Glasgow, and he is buried here.
It is in this form, says Motherwell, that the story is preserved in the mouths of the people.
Motherwell's text is almost verbatim that of Buchan's Gleanings, p. 98.
- a town in S central Scotland, the administrative centre of North Lanarkshire on the River Clyde: industrial centre. Pop: 30 311 (2001)
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