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bridie

(ˈbraɪdɪ; Scottish ˈbrəɪdɪ)
n
(Cookery) Scot a semicircular pie containing meat and onions
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Bridie

(ˈbraɪdɪ)
n
(Biography) James, real name Osborne Henry Mavor. 1888–1951, Scottish physician and dramatist, who founded the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. His plays include The Anatomist (1930)
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The victim has been named locally as Bridie (Bridget) Kavanagh, originally from Co Waterford.
Until now Bridie Hope, 70, could only hear frustrating muffled sounds, and couldn't hear voices properly.
Bridie Jackson is delighted to be working with the charity after being commissioned to write the music for The River Keeper.
The River Keeper, by Bridie Jackson and Nell Leyshon, is the first of three 30-minute operas in the Streetwise Opera's Little Opera 2014-15 season.
Dr David Hoyland, laboratory technician at Cawthorne-based Naylor Drainage Ltd, was presented with a 40-year service medal by Naylor directors Edward Naylor and Bridie Warner-Adsetts on behalf of the Institute of Clayworkers.
Locnamon Bridie, well drawn in the red jacket, was a well backed 3-1 third favourite behind Borna Gem and Rockburst Delta, but the favourite lost all hope when tardy into stride and badly baulked on the opening corner.
My wife, Bridie, was diagnosed 41 years ago with a severe mental illness called manic depression but better known today as bipolar disorder.
The investigation has gathered pace in recent months since Sandra's sister Bridie Conway and brother Patrick made an emotional appeal for information on RTE's Crimecall on the 10th anniversary of her disappearance.
CANVAS, oils, acrylics and watercolours are the usual media associated with artists, not abseiling down the side of an art gallery, as Bridie Doyle plans to do later this month.
Lynn Smith, home manager of Kerria Court, in Lee Bank, Edgbaston, and Bridie McGrath, chef manager at Warren Farm Lodge, in Kingstanding, represented the Midlands in the Anchor Care Services Awards.
In an exclusive interview with the Sunday Mercury, John's mum, Bridie McLean, 64, said: 'This man killed my son in the most brutal, merciless way and served just eight years for it.