eightsome reel


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eightsome reel

(ˈeɪtsəm)
n
(Dancing) a Scottish dance for eight people
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Eightsome reel The winning band - James Armstrong (S1); Murray O'May (S2); Ross Stevenson (S5); James Forrest (S4); Calum MacMillan (S6); Andrew Spence (S3); Kathryn Forrest (S4) and Luke Nisbet (S2)
Banking three points from all of those is a tough task and William Hill and Ladbrokes go 16-1 they'll do the eightsome reel.
Isaac Milburn and David Robson are looking to add to the three titles already to their names with David Berry, Joe McKenzie and Joseph Burnside competing the eightsome reel.
The idea that it is life-enhancing to be able to entertain small children with magic tricks or ponce about dancing an eightsome reel demands an almost celestial alignment of circumstances.
Tourists are more than welcome, and we witnessed some Japanese women having a ball with the Eightsome Reel.
Folkestone is not my favourite track, lacking atmosphere, attracting barely enough racegoers for an eightsome reel, having sharp corners, a short run-in and miserable prize-money; factors that just might have been deemed assets had my lift worked and my horse won.
Highest weight in Arthur's eightsome reel was 78-15-0 and his run came to a halt when a 43lb bag fell 15 ounces shy of the winning total but TBF bailiff Graham Young is confident he will soon bounce back.
I'll reserve judgement," said one clan member I spoke to, "until I've seen her do an eightsome reel.
Ebbs considers a disagreement among a group of dancers over how to dance the eightsome reel.
Not only have we preserved probably more country dances than many places, but we were also responsible for the eightsome reel in its present form.
And members are loving learning how to Strip The Willow and try out an Eightsome Reel.