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Paisley es una localidad de la región de Murray Mallee en Australia del Sur, al otro lado del río Murray desde Blanchetown, Australia del Sur. Fue bautizada formalmente en septiembre de 2000 por el Hundred of Paisley que la contiene. El Hundred of Paisley fue nombrado por el gobernador MacDonnell en 1861 en honor a su secretario privado, J. G. Paisley. La autopista Sturt cruza la esquina noroeste de Paisley en el extremo oriental del puente de Blanchetown sobre el río Murray. La Iglesia Luterana del Adviento de Blanchetown se encuentra en realidad en Paisley, a unos cientos de metros al norte del extremo oriental del puente.

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In 2004, Pam decided to stop lecturing to concentrate on painting full time. Today, Pam Carter has an international reputation for her strong and expressive paintings of Scottish landscapes.

Her highly sought after oil paintings have been exhibited in numerous group art shows, including the Royal Scottish Society, the Royal Glasgow Institute, Visual Arts Scotland and the Paisley Art Institute. She has received numerous art awards including the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Award at the Royal Glasgow Institute and a First Prize at the Paisley Institute. Pam’s paintings have also been selected for the Laing Calendar.

«My main inspiration as an artist is in the Scottish land and seascape. I enjoy using color to define contours, structure and changing light sequences. I look for specific points of view. I am equally inspired by the rugged isolation of the Western Isles and the dramatic vistas of the east coast. I work predominantly in oils.

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Kirkcaldy (pronounced ▶?/i/kɪrˈkɔːdi/) (56°6′47″N 3°9′41″O / 56.11306, -3.16139) is the largest town in Fife, Scotland (United Kingdom). According to the 2001 census its population stands at 46,912.[1] Kirkcaldy is known as The Lang Toun («The Long Town») in Scots. This name derives from the original expansion of the town into a thin strip parallel to the waterfront. The town developed down and up the coast, formerly surrounding separate communities, but also extensively inland, so today the term «The Lang Toun» is only a reference to its historical form.

The name Kirkcaldy is generally thought to derive from the British words caer, meaning fortress, and caled, meaning strong, and the Scottish word dun, also meaning fortress.[2] [3] [4] From this comes the modern Gaelic Cathair Challdainn. Other theories, in which the Culdees are less favored, involve the Scottish words kirk, meaning church.

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Está localizada en Musselburgh East Lothian cerca de Edimburgo.Se mantiene hasta hoy cerca de Musselburgh East Lothian no muy lejos de Edimburgo.De Estadísticas del concejo de East Lothian.The Fourth Statistical Account of East Lothian.Hogar de los Douglas de Kilspindie(ruinas) Lennoxlove House East Lothian.Scottish Union Flag at Lennoxlove House East Lothian Scotland. Se hizo pastor protestante en Gladsmuir(East Lothian) en 1743 y más tarde en Lady Yester’s Kirk y Greyfriars Kirk en Edimburgo.Se hizo pastor en Gladsmuir(East Lothian) en 1743 y en 1759 en Lady Yester’s Kirk y Greyfriars Kirk en Edimburgo. Hubo brotes ocasionales como en East Lothian en 1678 y en Paisley en 1697.

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