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- "Stirling, like a huge brooch clasps Highlands and Lowlands together". Similarly "he who holds Stirling, holds Scotland" is often quoted. Stirling's...
- After James Stirling, such efficiency was possible only thanks to the use of the economiser (or regenerator). The Stirling engine (or Stirling's air engine...
- Stirling (2012) Shatter Me (2014) Lindsey Stirling: Live from London (2015) Brave Enough (2016) Warmer in the Winter (2017) Artemis (2019) Stirling's...
- such as Lewis and Doctor Who. Stirling is the daughter of actress Diana Rigg and theatre producer Archibald Stirling. Her parents married in 1982 and...
- needed] Stirling also presented 12 Again, a show in which celebrities talk about what they were like when they were twelve.[citation needed] Stirling also...
- February 2016). "Stirling Moss- My Racing Life, by Sir Stirling Moss with Simon Taylor". Hagerty Insurance. Retrieved 12 April 2020. "Stirling Moss on "What's...
- Archibald Hugh Stirling, Laird of Keir (born 18 September 1941), is Laird of the Keir estate at Lecropt in the Stirling council area in Scotland. He is...
- staff General Ritchie. Stirling explained his plan to Ritchie, the latter immediately persuaded Auchinleck to allow Stirling to form a new special operations...
- road unit of Route 66 from El Paso, Texas. He told Stirling they could save perhaps $100,000 if Stirling could write an extra story for the show that could...
- the S.29, which later received the name Stirling, proceeded to production. During early 1941, the Stirling entered squadron service. During its use as...
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