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brose

(brəʊz)
n
(Cookery) Scot oatmeal or pease porridge, sometimes with butter or fat added. See also Atholl brose
[C13 broys, from Old French broez, from breu broth, of Germanic origin]
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Duncan Dhu made haste to bring out the pair of pipes that was his principal possession, and to set before his guests a mutton-ham and a bottle of that drink which they call Athole brose, and which is made of old whiskey, strained honey and sweet cream, slowly beaten together in the right order and proportion.
I would have ye to remark, sir," said Alan, "that I havenae broken bread for near upon ten hours, which will be worse for the breath than any brose in Scotland.
Each ate a small portion of the ham and drank a glass of the brose to Mrs.
Thereupon that quarrel was made up; all night long the brose was going and the pipes changing hands; and the day had come pretty bright, and the three men were none the better for what they had been taking, before Robin as much as thought upon the road.
Brose North America, a top automotive supplier of mechatronics, has named Frank Lubischer as its new president.
Sweet wines from Sauternes work equally well with Burns Night Atholl Brose desserts or with blue cheeses.
MORE than 30 new jobs are being created in Coventry at fast-growing automotive supplier Brose UK.
At the start of the meeting, Brose welcomed Prime Minister Hariri stressing the importance of this meeting.
1992, 1993) reported the responses of a Pinus pungens community to a summer wildfire while Waldrop and Brose (1999) did likewise for a variable intensity spring prescribed fire.
Some male rose fans, having read the piece in Details magazine last June that examined the burst of interest in pink wine among men, are proudly proclaiming their brose credentials.
Brose, a supplier of mechatronic systems and electric drives, has recognised NN Inc.
BAGHDAD / NINA/ Head of the Iraqi Islamic Supreme Council, Ammar al-Hakim discussed with the German Ambassador to Baghdad, Ekkehard Brose developments in the political and security situation in Iraq.