Kilda sentence example

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  • History (April 1899); "On the Species of the genus Mus inhabiting St Kilda," Proc. Zool.
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  • It has been commonly believed to have two breeding-places in the British Islands, namely, St Kilda and South Barra; but, according to Robert Gray (Birds of the West of Scotland, p. 499), it has abandoned the latter since 1844, though still breeding in Skye.
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  • In St Kilda a large number of the young are killed in one week of August, the only time when, by the custom of the community, they are allowed to be taken.
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  • St Kilda is probably the core of a Tertiary volcano, but, besides volcanic rocks, contains hills of sandstone in which the stratification is distinct.
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  • Including the islands, however, the extreme latitude north is 60° 51' 30" (Out Stack in the Shetlands) and the extreme longitude west 8° 35' 30" (St Kilda).
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  • The last indisputable great auk to be taken from St Kilda was in 1821.
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  • It was nearly 8pm and getting dusky, but we listened dutifully as the warden went through the St Kilda by-laws one by one.
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  • The extraordinary human history of St Kilda is carefully preserved in the Village with its neat little street of cottages.
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  • Sea Angling Trips on MFV Girl Kilda These are with a deep sea fishing skipper of 20 years experience.
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  • Perhaps the most notable land bird is St Kilda's own distinctive subspecies of wren, 2 - 3g heavier than mainland birds.
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  • Melbourne's lively seaside suburb of St Kilda has one of the new breed of deluxe hostels.
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  • It, however, has an extremely strong scent, which is said by those who have visited St Kilda to pervade every thing and person on the island, and is certainly retained by an egg or skin of the bird for many years.
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  • Including the islands, however, the extreme latitude north is 60° 51' 30" (Out Stack in the Shetlands) and the extreme longitude west 8° 35' 30" (St Kilda).
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  • Perhaps the most notable land bird is St Kilda 's own distinctive subspecies of wren, 2 - 3g heavier than mainland birds.
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  • Melbourne 's lively seaside suburb of St Kilda has one of the new breed of deluxe hostels.
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