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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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I CAN just picture it now - the eateries of Philadelphia/Boston replacing their famous cheesesteaks/clam chowder with "pehs" only to wonder in what language "twa plehn bridies an' an ingin ane an' a'" is at all intelligible.
Bakers are campaigning for Forfar bridies to be given the same protected status as champagne.
The next biggest rise of 8lb went to Cork maiden hurdle runner-up Bridies Boy, to 113.
But competitors are also invited to enter their best sausage rolls, bridies, specialty savouries and football pies.
But competitors were also invited to enter their best sausage rolls, bridies and football pies to compete for the top spots in a variety of award categories.
HAVING recently enjoyed the hospitality of Dunfermline Athletic when Town visited for a pre-season friendly - did you know pasties are called bridies north of the border?
Oregon's Eugene Wong, who entered Tuesday's third round in fifth place, shot an even-par 72 to fall to a tie for 10th place with a total score of 2-under 214, thanks two two bridies over the final six holes.
Tom Whitehouse had four bridies and five bogeys to finish one-over while North Warwickshire's third representative, Robert Rock shot a 72.
04 (450m): Joint Panel, Coolemount Mandy Miss Kit, Bridies Turbo (M), Distant Petal (M), Raparee Agassi (M).
Forfar may be the home of the best bridies in the country but the days of Scottish Cup heroics are long gone.
Musicians named on the list include Celtic rock group The Bridies, rock and roll quartet Humanzi, the Bumblebees, the Organics and the Future Kings of Spain.
The Bridies, the all-female band from Galway Ireland, will make their