carse


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carse

(kɑːs; Scottish kærs)
n
(Physical Geography) Scot a riverside area of flat fertile alluvium
[C14: of uncertain origin; perhaps from a plural form of carr]
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Matther mun, matter eneaf for one neight,' replied the guard; 'dang the wall-eyed bay, he's gane mad wi' glory I think, carse t'coorch is over.
That night we struck Allan Water, and followed it down; and coming to the edge of the hills saw the whole Carse of Stirling underfoot, as flat as a pancake, with the town and castle on a hill in the midst of it, and the moon shining on the Links of Forth.
All night, then, we walked through the north side of the Carse under the high line of the Ochil mountains; and by Alloa and Clackmannan and Culross, all of which we avoided: and about ten in the morning, mighty hungry and tired, came to the little clachan of Limekilns.
The effect on local air quality, Mr Carse said, had been independently assessed by air quality experts and would be 'below insignificant' according to Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council's criteria.
Although its implementation is still a few years away, I would strongly advise banks to start to prepare for it now, for example by upgrading their loan classification systems and beginning to measure and monitor operational risk,'' Carse told an Asian bankers' meeting in Hong Kong.
Carse reports just one loser, local hope Scart Little, in his ante-post book but the chances are he won't have to worry too much about that one despite her going from a perfect draw in six.
But further bad debt provisions will arise this year from the downgrading of existing non-performing loans, Carse said.
But either he or I are bang wrong in our assessment of Lung Of Iron because Mr Carse has the dog as short as 2-1 ante-post favourite and I make him bigger for heat three at 9.
The new vice presidents include: Tanya Avellan (Mexico City); Vinit Bhatia (Toronto); Robert Carse (London); Ann Chen (Hong Kong); Andrea Ciccoli (Milan); Nick Jackson (London); Tim O'Connor (Boston); John Perkins (Los Angeles); Alberto Regazzo (Milan); Paul Rosenberg (Boston); Scott Wells (Boston).
At that point Neil Young joined our new overseas man Brydon Carse and they put us back on course with a partnership of 80.
Brian Hayes, 67, and his wife Beryl, 66, jumped out of bed and were greeted by the sight of a huge Virgin balloon outside their home in Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire.