A look back at Scotland's 2018 in tweets

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January

The start of the year brought some time for reflection, with this Bowie tribute at the Kelvingrove.

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February

The Beast from the East hit in late February, virtually closing down parts of the country.

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March

But this inspirational tale of a surgeon battling through the snow brought admiration from far and wide.

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April

April saw some unusual visitors along the River Clyde as some orca put in an appearance.

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May

One of the most poignant stories of the year came with the untimely death of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison.

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June

An act of generosity in June came in the direction of a peace event in the south of Scotland.

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July

Defiance and dignity marked the response from 21-year-old Blair Wilson to a despicable homophobic attack.

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August

August saw an unusual form of messaging for the modern age, in the shape of a proposal on a cow.

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September

This story from September is a warning not to tick the box 'I am a terrorist'.

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October

One of the most emotional videos of the year, not a proposal this time but a new arrival.

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November

Sometimes you have to join in, even if it is the Baby Shark.

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December

And sometimes the message is a bit more serious.

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