haddie

haddie

(ˈhædɪ)
n
(Animals) Scot a haddock
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My very first experience was with Sarah Ramos, who plays Haddie.
Finnan Haddie in Milk: 2 or 2 1/2 pounds finnan haddie; 2 tablespoons butter, 1/2 cup milk heated.
Follow the trail up the top of Salisbury Crags to Cat Nick, then down the far side via a steeper path that eventually brings you out at the col below Guttit Haddie.
Caption: Eric & Christopher Haddie the Mouse is part of a line of pillows that have hypoallergenic polyester fill, and are screen-printed and sewn on natural cotton canvas.
Haddie Pezzack from Cardiff walks her dogs through Roath Park as the hot weather continues across Wales
Beloved Husband and best friend of the late Haddie (Mick), much loved Dad of Roly, Judy and David, proud Grandad of Gez, Dave, Mo and Ella.
A number of informants from all age groups produced only haddie as a generic term for the fish.
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Haddie and her children became homeless when her husband disappeared.
in the morning since 1919, Lamb's Grill Cafe owner, John Speros, says it's the corned beef hash and finnan and haddie, a smoked haddock brought in from Novia Scotia, that keeps this historic restaurant the epicenter for deals made over the first meal of the day.
Greenhill's Haddie, an uneducated, naive character constantly afraid of making a mistake, was the heart of this piece about race relations and how people connect; you couldn't help rooting for her to overcome her disabilities.