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By Tanner, Geoff Abstract: None of the major roles assigned to the Highland Boundary Fault, such as a transcurrent fault with an orogen- parallel, sinistral displacement of several hundred kilometres, or terrane boundary, are confirmed.
By Friend, C R L Strachan, R A; Kinny, P D Abstract: Basement gneiss inliers within the Scottish Caledonides have been conventionally correlated with the Archaean Lewisian Gneiss Complex of the Caledonian foreland.
Cave divers have recovered an almost complete skeleton of a bear that is believed to have died some 11,000 years ago.
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