.scot

.scot is a proposed top-level domain for Scotland and Scottish culture, including the Gaelic and Scots languages. In 2008 dotCYMRU, dotEUS, dotSCOT and dotBZH formed ECLID.

Later it was decided to allow almost any top-level domain for introduction sometime in 2013, and a list of applications for these was published in June 2012; the domain .scot was included.

Other articles related to "scot, scot, scots":

The Monster And The Girl - Plot
... A gangster named Scot Webster (Philip Terry) attempts to save his sister, Susan (Ellen Drew) from the clutches of rival gangster W.S Bruhl (Paul Lukas) ... When one of Bruhl's gang members catches Scot in Bruhl's rented room, one of Scot's aides is killed by a gunman ... Scot is tried and executed ...
Lewis Scot
... Lewis Scot was an English buccaneer who, according to writer Alexander Esquemeling, was the first Englishman to raid Spanish coastal settlements in the Caribbean and ... Scot is especially known for his raid of the Spanish city of Campeche on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula ...
Scot Project - Biography
... Scot Project learned to mix techno at the age of 13, and he got his first break in 1986, playing break beat in a youth club in Frankfurt ... Scot Project's success began in 1994, when his first track "X" was released this was followed closely by "U I Got A Feeling," in 1995 ... In 2004, Scot's track "L (Want Your Love)" took over from Eric Prydz's "Call On Me" at #1 in the charts ...
Scottish Canadian - Cultural Influence - Quebec
... See also Scots-Quebecer Scots have long and historic ties with the province of Quebec ... The early Scots who arrived in the province were crofters and fishermen ... of French Canada, it was piloted by a Scot, Abraham Martin ...
.scot

.scot is a proposed top-level domain for Scotland and Scottish culture, including the Gaelic and Scots languages. In 2008 dotCYMRU, dotEUS, dotSCOT and dotBZH formed ECLID.

Later it was decided to allow almost any top-level domain for introduction sometime in 2013, and a list of applications for these was published in June 2012; the domain .scot was included.