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<Sinclair wrote a few days ago:> |I'm lucky in that my full name is Maxwell Sinclair Scobie - all three names |have tartans (Scobie falling under MacKay and it's ilk), unfortunately none |of them terrible nice - not even the 'dress' tartans :( |So being a Glasgow Rangers fan I'd go with something similar |to....http://www.tartans.scotland.net/tartan_info.cfm?tartan_id=1183 Sinclair: Seeing as you asked so nicely a few days ago, I just uploaded a freebie tartan menu button set on my resources website... it was made especially for you!! http://www.perrelink.com.au/resources/freenavbars.htm I hope you can use them - others are welcome to download the zip ...

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    <Sinclair wrote a few days ago:>

    |I'm lucky in that my full name is Maxwell Sinclair Scobie - all three names
    |have tartans (Scobie falling under MacKay and it's ilk), unfortunately none
    |of them terrible nice - not even the 'dress' tartans :(
    |So being a Glasgow Rangers fan I'd go with something similar
    |to....http://www.tartans.scotland.net/tartan_info.cfm?tartan_id=1183



    Sinclair:

    Seeing as you asked so nicely a few days ago, I just uploaded a freebie
    tartan menu button set on my resources website... it was made especially for
    you!!
    http://www.perrelink.com.au/resources/freenavbars.htm

    I hope you can use them - others are welcome to download the zip if they
    think they have use for them :) A bit too dark for my personal taste,
    but hey - a tartan is a tartan - can't switch colours - it just wouldn't
    seem right ;-)

    Let me know if you actually use them on a website .... enjoy

    Nadia
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    "djinn" <fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message
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    | Hey Nadia,
    |
    | Jings - thanks a lot for that 11 buttons - 10 for the outfield players and
    I
    | see you've given me an extra large one for the goalie :o)


    Hey, I know my stuff - you probably didn't realise I would know how many
    players on a football (soccer to me) field - my boys have played soccer
    since they were old enough to kick a ball around our back yard - they still
    play now in fact... ;)

    Hope you can use them -


    Nadia

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    weren't most tartans devised retrospectively to satisfy the demands of the
    scottish diaspora?

    there, write me an essay!

    Jason

    "Nadia :TWB:" <forums-oz-perrelink.com.au> wrote in message
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    and 
    still 


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     [/ref]
    the 
    >
    >
    > Oh Sinclair ! - help !!- I have no idea what Jason is on about :)[/ref]

    * I think Jason is referring to the number of tartans produced for Scottish
    expats and commercial reasons (like the Glasgow Rangers tartan) - I think
    the Scottish jumped at the chance of producing any old tartan, not
    necessarily for Clans and their ilk.

    Or perhaps he's talking about the 'Clearances' - but that's a whole
    different story :)

    Cheers
    Sinclair
     


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    Yes,
    i was referring to the number of tartans produced for Scottish expats.
    most tartans are fairly recent inventions, ie: less than 300 years old, with
    many more recent than that.

    new tartans have been introduced to satisfy peaks in demand caused by such
    things as the novels of Walter Scott, the Ossian saga (now accepted as a
    hoax), and the popularisation of genealogy, etc

    tartan is still an important part of Scottish identity, but the pedigree of
    "clan" tartans is pretty dubious.

    for more on this http://www.donaldsons-of-crieff.com/tartan/history.html

    Jason Kennedy

    "djinn" <fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message
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    > >
    > > Oh Sinclair ! - help !!- I have no idea what Jason is on about :)[/ref]
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    > * I think Jason is referring to the number of tartans produced for[/ref]
    Scottish 
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    "jason kennedy" wrote
     

    Good read Jason,

    I learnt a few things !!

    Cheers
    Sinclair


    djinn Guest

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