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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowal
Literary usage of Cowal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventure Guide to Scotland by Martin Li (2005)
"cowal Peninsula The cowal Peninsula lies between Loch Fyne in the west and Loch Long in the east. This little visited area of hills, forests, deep glacial ..."
2. Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Staistical by Francis Hindes Groome (1883)
"... the south-western extremity of cowal, it terminates with a width of 2| miles, and becomes lost in the conjoint expanse of the Sound of Bute, ..."
3. Memorials of Argyleshire: In Five Parts, with Appendices by Archibald Brown (1889)
"I shall now submit local evidence—both the traditions and landmarks in the district of cowal—bearing on these memorable- battles, which corroborates the ..."
4. The Place-names of Argyll by H. Cameron Gillies (1906)
"In the Loch-Fyne third of cowal, English names are very few and of no interest. III. The Gaelic names are very corrupt, especially on the south and east, ..."
5. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1894)
"Among the many games in which he has assisted the cowal may be mentioned the cup ties ... On the ball being thrown up it was taken in hand by the cowal men, ..."
6. The Geology and Palaeontology of the Clyde Drainage Area: Being the by James Barclay Murdoch, Geological Society of Glasgow (1904)
"Tourmaline, a complex silicate of boron and aluminium. cowal district. 98. ... Sericite, a variety of Muscovite In schists of the cowal district. 119. ..."