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  1. Emmet Spiceland discography and songs: Music profile for Emmet Spiceland, formed April Genres: Irish Folk Music, Folk Pop. Albums include The First.., Mary From Dungloe / .
  2. Lowlands, cultural and historical region of Scotland, comprising the portion of the country southeast of a line drawn from Dumbarton to Stonehaven; northwest of the line are the Highlands. Traditionally, the Lowlands were distinguished by the use of the Scots language (considered a dialect or close.
  3. Upland and lowland are portions of plain that are conditionally categorized by their elevation above the sea level. Lowlands are usually no higher than m ( ft), while uplands are somewhere around m ( ft) to m (1, ft). On rare occasions, certain lowlands such .
  4. Lowland definition is - low or level country. Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Mars’s northern lowlands are dotted with tens of thousands of what appear to be run-of-the-mill volcanoes, given the lava-like ripples and fingers that appear around them. — Charlie Wood, Popular Science, "Mud volcanoes on Mars hint at ancient water reservoirs," Plus other creeks, rivers and lowland.
  5. Young Edwin in the Lowlands Low is a ballad of a cruel murder from Ralph Vaughan Williams and grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo's The Penguin Book of English Folk Songs. According to the book notes, George Gardiner and Charles Gamblin collected it in from Mrs Hopkins of Axford, Basingstoke, Hampshire, and Vaughan Williams in
  6. Baidin Fheidhlimi / Nora Bheag, a Single by Emmet Spiceland. Released in May on Gael Linn (catalog no. CES; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Irish Folk Music.
  7. Lowlands was launched in by Tom De Weerdt. Through Lowlands a variety of labels are distributed in Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg coming from different musical backgrounds. The Lowlands catalogue includes releases in the field of house, nu lounge, drum 'n bass, dub, exotica, latin, breakbeat, contemporary, experimental electronica and jazz.
  8. In celebration of our anniversary we’re bringing you a Low Saxon folktale translated into a good number of Lowlands language varieties, both in written and in spoken form. Hopefully, this will illustrate the sorts of similarities and differences we regularly discuss in our forum.

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