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Alexander of Dunyvaig and the Glens MacDonald (c. 1522—1537) clan chief

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Andrew Glen (1666—1732) botanist

Angus of Dunyvaig and the Glens MacDonald (c. 1548—1613) chief of clan Iain Mhòr or clan Donald south

Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc.

Charles Glen King (1896—1986)

David Glen (1853—1916) bagpipe maker and publisher of highland bagpipe music

Esther Glen (1881—1940)

Glen Adams

Glen Affric

Glen Brown

Glen Burtnick

Glen Byam Shaw (1904—1986) actor and stage director

Glen Campbell (b. 1936)

Glen Campbell Collection (1962-1989) (Glen Campbell album)

Glen Duncan (b. 1955)

Glen Finglas

Glen Glenn (b. 1934)

Glen Gray (b. 1906)

Glen MacDonough (1870—1924)

Glen Matlock (b. 1956)

Glen Mayer Culture

Glen McGarvie Renfrew (1928—2006) journalist and news agency executive

Glen Moore (b. 1941)

Glen of the Whiteman's Grave

Glen Orchy

Glen Rounds (1906—2002)

Glen T. Prusky

Glen Tetley (1926—2007)


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[OIr. glenn; ModIr. gleann; ScG gleann, glenn, valley].

Celtic loanword, prefix of dozens of place-names in Ireland and Scotland; cf. the Welsh GLYN.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Religion.

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