KOSB

AcronymDefinition
KOSBThe King's Own Scottish Borderers (a British Regiment)
KOSBKeep Our Scottish Battalions (UK)
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KOSB teams consist of two boys and two girls under the age of 15 years.
Sir Geoffrey, ambassador to the Netherlands, said the building had "special significance" for KOSB veterans and it is believed the remains of a single KOSB soldier still lies buried somewhere in its grounds.
Yesterday Mr Swales, 43, was informed of the final decision, and said trustees on the KOSB regimental council had voted unanimously for Berwick.
Colonel Angus Loudon, president of the KOSB Association, said: "We are aware of plans for the hotel and would wish to see it preserved if at all possible.
However, the decision was delayed after Ed Swales, president of the Berwick branch of the KOSB Association, alerted bosses to the massive support for the flag to come to the town.
Mr Barron, 49, said: "I have a long-held interest in history and I visited the war graves in Cherbourg with my father, who served with the KOSB, but in a different battalion to Private Edwards.
The revelation was met with fury by South of Scotland SNP MSP Christine Grahame, who said: "My father served with the KOSB during the Second World War, fighting the type of fascist ideology that the BNP promotes and condones.
An estimated 10,000 Chinese shells fell on the Commonwealth division front 6,000 of them on the KOSB positions.
Ed Swales, president of the Berwick branch of the KOSB, says the colours should be displayed in the Northumberland town.
Ballabrook evidently relishes a quick surface, and he can kick off McCain's brace by notching a third win on the bounce in the KOSB Novices' Handicap Chase.