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madam-outlander: “ “They cast Sam, and I had a chemistry read with him. I went and met Sam, who is, by the way, truly one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. He’s a proper gentleman and very, very like his character — really like Jamie. So we had...

madam-outlander: “ “They cast Sam, and I had a chemistry read with him. I went and met Sam, who is, by the way, truly one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. He’s a proper gentleman and very, very like his character — really like Jamie. So we had...

my-libra-brain:  outlander-starz:  this cast is too precious  Cinnamon rolls.   I adore that they are all so affectionate. What a beautiful and fabulous group of people.

my-libra-brain: outlander-starz: this cast is too precious Cinnamon rolls. I adore that they are all so affectionate. What a beautiful and fabulous group of people.

my-libra-brain:  outlander-starz:  this cast is too precious  Cinnamon rolls.   I adore that they are all so affectionate. What a beautiful and fabulous group of people.

my-libra-brain: outlander-starz: this cast is too precious Cinnamon rolls. I adore that they are all so affectionate. What a beautiful and fabulous group of people.

my-libra-brain:  outlander-starz:  this cast is too precious  Cinnamon rolls.   I adore that they are all so affectionate. What a beautiful and fabulous group of people.

my-libra-brain: outlander-starz: this cast is too precious Cinnamon rolls. I adore that they are all so affectionate. What a beautiful and fabulous group of people.

"The Battle Of Culloden was fought on this moor, April 16, 1746. The graves of the gallant Highlanders who fought for Scotland & Prince Charlie, are marked by the names of their Clans." (The cairn was erected by Duncan Forbes in 1881 and stands 20 feet high.) Culloden is a tract of moorland in the county of Inverness, Scotland, forming a part of the northeast of Drummossie Moor and lying about 6 miles (10 km) east of Inverness.

"The Battle Of Culloden was fought on this moor, April 16, 1746. The graves of the gallant Highlanders who fought for Scotland & Prince Charlie, are marked by the names of their Clans." (The cairn was erected by Duncan Forbes in 1881 and stands 20 feet high.) Culloden is a tract of moorland in the county of Inverness, Scotland, forming a part of the northeast of Drummossie Moor and lying about 6 miles (10 km) east of Inverness.

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