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HighlanderHigh‧land‧er /ˈhaɪləndə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  SANsomeone from the Scottish Highlands
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HighlanderEventually, we both arrived at Inverness as Privates in the Cameron Highlanders.He was a side drummer and very keen to join the Cameron Highlanders Pipe Band.He proved unfortunate again, being stopped and, after a brisk battle, captured, by pro-government Highlanders.They also typify the role of Highlander in such situations.At present, Highlander has a working staff of 15.Without tax-exemption status, Highlander would be required to pay taxes on all donations which it received.When a detachment of Argyll and Sunderland Highlanders tried to restore order, twenty-four of them were killed and seventy wounded.The other three -- Highlander, Baldies and FlipOut! -- are new titles.
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