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Heid byler

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‘Heid Byler’ is a clueless crossword. The grid is filled only with common English language words with no abreviations. The numbered squares 1 through to 26 on the Solutions Grid correspond to a letter of the alphabet A-Z only, and not in that order.

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I RECKON the age of Fake News began in ancient Rome
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iScot’s DAVE BOWMAN looks ahead to next month’s 133rd Durham Miners’ Gala - or the Big Meeting as it’s called in north east England - and says Europe’s biggest annual community and trade union gathering is one of Britain’s best days out. And there won’t be a Union Jack in sight!
Nae North British HERE!
ACCORDING to a YouGov survey conducted in early September
Grouse Beater is an essayist, filmmaker and troublemaker
The whisky bottler and retailer Cadenheads celebrates its 175th anniversary this year - and its Edinburgh shop offers all the tradition, range and expertise the most discriminating connoisseur could ask for, says Tom Morton.
The Hyper-commodification of Edinburgh
YOU SEE… this is what happens when Dad asks if he can
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Used and abused by the English; Linlithgow Palace endured
I’ve great reason to toast often and loudly the staff
A COLLECTION of photographic studies by Iain McLaren
The first recorded mention of a Jewish person in Glasgow
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My Grandad always said that the Phoney War was worse
Heed my wisdom or I’ll set the Boys’ Brigade on you
iScot reporter Zoe Weir caught up with the First Minister