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Dundee

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  • ^ Abrams 2009, pp. 65–94
  • ^ Dundee Hebrew Congregation
  • ^ Scotland's Jewish Community
  • ^ International Jewish Cemetery Project – Scotland
  • ^ Kagyu Samye Dzong Dundee (Rokpa Dundee)
  • ^ Hindu Council UK
  • ^ Cox may be ambassador for Dundee
  • ^ Day & Milne 2010, p. 78
  • ^ Jarron 2011, p. 183
  • ^ List of Mod's places for each year on Sabhal Mòr Ostaig website
  • ^ Day & Milne 2010, p. 30
  • ^ Day & Milne 2010, p. 47
  • ^ Day & Milne 2010, p. 20
  • ^ Gale & Kaur (2002) p187; Dundee Heritage Trust (1998) pp1-3
  • ^ Dundee to get its own V&A museum
  • ^ "Archives".  
  • ^ "University of Dundee Archives Services". University of Dundee. Retrieved 2 June 2011. 
  • ^ "University of Dundee Archives Services the Collections". University of Dundee. Retrieved 2 June 2011. 
  • ^ "Business Archives". Archives, Records and Artefacts at the University of Dundee. Retrieved 9 June 2011. 
  • ^ "Michael Peto Photographic Collection", University of Dundee. Retrieved 26 May 2011.
  • ^ McGonagall 1992
  • ^ http://www.cityofrecovery.com
  • ^ "UK City of Culture 2017 shortlist of four announced". BBC News. Retrieved 20 June 2013. 
  • ^ Dundee Mountain Film Festival
  • ^ International Alliance for Mountain Film
  • ^ "DCA Unveil Dundead II Festival Line-Up". 5 March 2012. Retrieved 15 July 2013. 
  • ^ Almost Famous
  • ^ Snow Patrol
  • ^ NME Interview with Placebo
  • ^ Dundee Blues Bonanza
  • ^ Contact numbers for BBC Scotland
  • ^ Radio Tay's first day
  • ^ European Cup History, Season 1962–1963
  • ^ European Cup History, Season 1983–1984
  • ^ UEFA Cup History, Season 1986–1987
  • ^ Scottish Junior Football Clubs A–K
  • ^ Dundee Stars join Elite
  • ^ Dundee HSFP
  • ^ Morgan Academy
  • ^ Harris Academy
  • ^ Panmure and Stobswell
  • ^ new Olympia leisure centre
  • ^ Scrimgeour 1968, pp. 278–283
  • ^ Kerbside Recycling Box Scheme
  • ^ Brown Bin Garden Waste Collection
  • ^ Blue Bin Paper Collections
  • ^ Recycling Centres; Recycling Points
  • ^ Waste Aware Tayside
  • ^ a b Policing in Dundee
  • ^ Scottish Ambulance Service
  • ^ Ambulance Stations in Scotland
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