Firth of Forth

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Noun1.Firth of Forth - a large firth on the east coast of Scotland and the estuary of the Forth River; location of Edinburgh
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
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Playing the lone role against Gary Cahill and Chris Smalling made painting the Forth Bridge look quite an appealing job yet he didn't stop.
Painting the Forth Bridge sprang to mind, because by time the last brushstoke was applied already mucky handprints were appearing where I had begun.
I am also going to start painting the Forth Bridge, and I think the paint will be dry on the bridge before I get an answer.
And he compares the job to the never-ending task of painting the Forth Bridge.
London, Sept 6 (ANI): The never-ending job of painting the Forth Bridge is finally set to end after 200 workers have spent nearly ten years scraping off the old red coat to replace it with 240,000 litres of a glass flake epoxy mix.
It's a bit like painting the Forth Bridge, by the time you finish your refurbishment it is time to start again.
She told a council scrutiny committee that detecting children at risk of abuse at an early stage was "like painting the Forth Bridge - a never ending task requiring better training for social workers and other professionals.
Tedious, messy and, like painting the Forth Bridge, never ending.
Since he gave up painting the Forth Bridge after getting his big break as the Scott's Porage Oats man 10 years ago he has amassed a string of credits.
Covering my roots is a never-ending touch-up job - a bit like painting the Forth bridge but without the views - so I've turned to home kits to eke it out.
But the rain continued and despite efforts from both Crusaders and Doncaster staff tto clear surface water from the pitch, the act was similar to painting the Forth Bridge as more and more rain fell by the bucket-load and the turf eventually resembled something not so dissimilar to the nearby River Taff.
Of course it's like painting the Forth Bridge, and by the time he gets to the last mirror the sun has moved and the first mirror is no longer reflecting the rays anymore.