seil

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seil

(saɪl)
vb (tr)
to strain
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The range, produced at their workshop in the Isle of Seil, near Oban, is proving a hit with expats.
The gig will see the flute virtuosity of Brian Finnegan, from Armagh, Northern Ireland, with the fiddle deftness of Aidan O'Rourke, from Scotland's Isle of Seil, cemented by the drumming of Harrogate's James Goodwin and guitar reinventions of Ian Stephenson, of Selby, Yorkshire.
15 BUILD A NEW LIFE IN THE COUNTRY An old tin church on the Isle of Seil.
Hard-Fi's Richard Archer reveals band's deadly inspirationLETHAL During your holiday you will also cross the famous "Bridge over the Atlantic" to visit the Isle of Seil and get free time to enjoy the attractions of Oban.
O'Rourke is a fiddle player and composer from the Isle of Seil on the west coast of Scotland.
The childless pair built a retirement home on the Isle of Seil, near Oban, where they indulged their interest in sailing and made plans for their future together.
Pier House, Seil Island, by Oban (sleeps 4) This cottage sits in a unique position overlooking Seil Sound on the Isle of Seil.
Mrs Shand Kydd will later be buried at the Pennyfuir Cemetery, two miles from the town and near her home on the remote Isle of Seil.
Thieves raided her home on the Scottish isle of Seil on Wednesday as she travelled to London to give evidence at the trial of royal butler Paul Burrell.
Thieves stole the jewellery collection of Frances Shand Kydd (pictured left) from her house on the Isle of Seil, near Oban, while she gave evidence at the Old Bailey in the trial of royal butler Paul Burrell.
Mrs Shand Kydd, who lives on the Isle of Seil, near Oban, said: 'No one's ever taken the trouble to ask me my thoughts.