Stirling

Stirling (Stirlin; Sruighlea ˈs̪t̪ruʝlə) is the largest city in Central Scotland. The city is clustered around a large fortress and medieval old-town. Stirling is the administrative centre for the Stirling council area. The city is located several kilometres to the west of the mouth of the River Forth. Historically it was strategically import...
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Stirling

(authority) Unitary authority in central Scotland, created in 1996 from Stirling district, Central region. Area 2,196 sq km/848 sq mi Towns Dunblane, Stirling (administrative headquarters), Aberfoyle Physical mountainous to the no...
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Stirling

(city) City and administrative headquarters of Stirling unitary authority, Scotland, on the River Forth, 43 km/27 mi northeast of Glasgow; population (2001) 32,700. Industries include the manufacture of agricultural machinery, textiles, chemicals, and carpets. The Stirling skyline is n...
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Stirling

[council area] Stirling (Stirlin, Sruighlea) is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, and has a population of about 91,000 (2012 estimate). It was created under the Local Government etc (Scotland) Act 1994 with the boundaries of the Stirling district of the former Central local government region, and it covers most of the former county o...
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Stirling

[Massaponax, Virginia] Stirling, also known as Stirling Plantation, is a historic plantation home located near Massaponax, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. It was built between 1858 and 1860, and is a 2 1/2-story, five bay, brick Greek Revival and Federal dwelling. It measures 56 feet by 36 feet, and has a hipped roof and four interior end ch...
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Stirling

[NJT station] ==Station layout== The only physical facility at this station is a cinder-block-walled, shingle-roofed bench shelter facing the track. A pay telephone and a newsstand stand nearby. Permitted parking is also available and costs $125 per year. These permits are for parking at the Gillette, Stirling, and Millington stations. ...
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Stirling

[Parliament of Scotland constituency] Stirling in Stirlingshire was a royal burgh that returned one commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland and to the Convention of Estates. The Parliament of Scotland ceased to exist with the Act of Union 1707, and the commissioner for Stirling, John Erskine, was one of those co-opted to represent Scotla...
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Stirling

[Reading, Pennsylvania] Stirling is a historic mansion located at Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. It was built between 1890 and 1892, and is a three-story, 24-room, Châteauesque style dwelling. It was designed by noted Philadelphia architect Theophilus Parsons Chandler, Jr. (1845-1928) and built for industrialist James Hervey Sternber...
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Stirling

[Scottish Parliament constituency] Stirling is a constituency of the Scottish Parliament (Holyrood). It elects one Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) by the plurality (first past the post) method of election. Also, however, it is one of nine constituencies in the Mid Scotland and Fife electoral region, which elects seven additional mem...
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Stirling

council area, central Scotland. The area south of Loch Katrine and the River Forth lies within the historic county of Stirlingshire, and the area to ...
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Stirling

royal burgh (town), Stirling council area, historic county of Stirlingshire, south-central Scotland, on the right bank of the River Forth. The ...
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Stirling

Stirling is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Stirling

Stirling, council area and former county, Scotland: see Stirlingshire.
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Stirling

Stirling, town (1991 pop. 38,638), Stirling council area, central Scotland, on the Forth River. The center of a large farm district, it has livestock markets and light industries making agricultural machinery, carpets, and meat products (bacon curing). Stirling Castle, on a hill above the town, long...
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Stirling

Type: Term Pronunciation: ster′ling Definitions: 1. William, British histologist and physiologist, 1851-1932. See: Stirling modification of Gram stain
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