from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- A city of east-central Scotland on the northern bank of the Firth of Tay. It was a stronghold of the Covenanters in the religious wars of the Scottish Reformation.
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"You may have read that some 17-year-old kid in Dundee is trying to sue me and is claiming to have written this song," Cave said at a concert on Friday.
And born in Dundee - the original internationalist!
Just a quick note that the Abertay Linux Society and Tayside Linux User Group will be hosting a Software Freedom Day event in Dundee again, following on from hosting the largest event in the UK last year.
The school librarians in Dundee Scotland have been very impressed with this site.
Boy Scouts in Dundee will be able to pledge allegiance to ‘Allah’ and drop the traditional oath to God and Queen, says the Scout Association in Scotland.
The boozer in Dundee changed its name from Bar Rio to Medina Bar and Grill after a renovation.
Hood, Thomas (d. 1811): a bookseller in Dundee before 1799; partner in Vernor & Hood, London 1799 – 1811.
Captain Dundee then commanding the roasting of every dodo beast left on the island and stuffed their skins with wood fillings.
The advert has upset Muslims because dogs are considered ritually unclean and has sparked such anger that some shopkeepers in Dundee have refused to display the advert.
“Poet-baiting” became a popular pastime in Dundee, but McGonagall seemed oblivious to the general opinion of his poems, even when his audience were pelting him with eggs and vegetables.