Highland

The term highland or upland is used to denote any mountainous region or elevated mountainous plateau. Generally speaking, upland (or uplands) tends to refer to ranges of hills, typically up to 500-600m. Highland (or highlands) is usually reserved for ranges of low mountains. ==Highlands worldwide== Probably the most known highlands in the anglopho...
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highland

[n] - elevated (e.g., mountainous) land
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Highland

• (n.) Elevated or mountainous land; (often in the pl.) an elevated region or country; as, the Highlands of Scotland.
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Highland

[automobile] The Highland was one of the first types of automobile to be offered for sale in Australia. Charles Highland was a Sydney bicycle dealer who imported a Daimler petrol engine in 1894 and constructed a primitive motorised tricycle. Two years later Highland and his son Charles Jnr built a four-wheeled, two-seater vehicle using bicy...
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Highland

[council area] Highland (A` GhĂ idhealtachd; pron) is a council area in the Scottish Highlands and is the largest local government area in the United Kingdom. It shares borders with the council areas of Aberdeenshire, Argyll and Bute, Moray and Perth and Kinross. Their councils, and those of Angus and Stirling, also have areas of the Scotti...
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Highland

[Irish] A highland is an Irish musical form in duple meter, largely idiomatic of Donegal. Like the fling, it is related to the Scottish highland fling and the hornpipe, found throughout the British Isles. Like its Scottish cousin, a fling is played in cut time and has a dotted rhythm. Like the Scottish strathspey, quarter notes may sometime...
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Highland

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Highland

[MBTA station] Highland is a MBTA commuter rail station in West Roxbury, Massachusetts serving the Needham Line. The station is fully wheelchair accessible, with a 1-car-length `mini-high` high level platform. ==Connections== ...
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Highland

[SEPTA station] The station is in zone 2 on the Chestnut Hill West Line, on former Pennsylvania Railroad tracks, and is 10.7 track miles from Suburban Station. In 2004, this station saw 32 boardings on an average weekday. More recently, usage appears to have doubled, but there is still considerable unused free parking in the Philadelphia Pa...
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Highland

Click images to enlargeUnitary authority in northern Scotland, created from the region bearing the same name in 1996. Area 26,157 sq km/10,100 sq mi (one-third of Scotland) Towns Inverness (administrative headquarters), Thurso, Wick, Fort William, Aviemore Physical mainland Highland consists of a series of glaciat...
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Highland

High'land noun Elevated or mountainous land; (often in the plural ) an elevated region or country; as, the Highlands of Scotland. Highland fling , a dance peculiar to the Scottish Highlanders; a sort of hornpipe.
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Highland

A Scottish breed of beef cattle. Prized for its ability to survive rugged climate and poor grazing conditions. It has long hair, and long horns that curl upward. Registered by the American Highland Cattle Association.
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Highland

council area in northern Scotland, forming the northernmost extension of the Scottish mainland between the Atlantic Ocean in the west and the North ... [1 related articles]
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Highland

of or related to mountainous region; Geography
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Highland

One of the principal regions of Scotch malt whisky production, the Highland area lies north of a theoretical line that runs between Greenock on the Firth of Clyde in the west and Dundee in the east. Although geographically part of the Highland region, Speyside is usually considered to merit its own classification.
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Highland

Term used to define whisky from distilleries in the highland region in the northern part of Scotland. Often dry with some peatiness.
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Highland

The highland is a small, heavy dewlap, wide horned breed of domestic beef cattle.
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