Coire


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Coire

(kwar)
n
(Placename) the French name for Chur
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It takes in four Munros, An Gearanach, Stob Coire a' Chairn, Am Bodach and Sgurr a' Mhaim.
The group began their task at Loch Coire an Lochan in the Cairngorms at 3.30pm on Friday, and finished in Snowdonia shortly after noon on Saturday.
An e sin a rinn a' chuis air Barca, an sgioba as fhearr anns an t-saoghal, ann an coire goileach Anfield an oidhche roimhe?
The pair had failed to return from Stob Coire nan Lochan, part of the Three Sisters ridges in Glencoe, on Friday.
From the wind-scoured slopes of Mullach Clach a'Bhlair, one side of Coire Garbhlach is painted gold by the late afternoon sun.
The B walkers led by Ken Paton will tackle the LostValley (Coire Gabhail) where the MacDonalds of Glencoe hid their rustled cattle.
O Cathasaigh, Tomas, Coire Sois, The Cauldron of Knowledge: A Companion to Early Irish Saga, ed.
At this stage, Gozzi introduces a further conclusion: neither of the two codices was compiled within the Coire dioceses (in today's Switzerland), although CT 60 conformed to Coire's liturgical tradition.
Police received a report of an avalanche in the Coire Leis area of Ben Nevis, Lochaber, at about 1.10pm yesterday.
The 19-year-old, from Solihull, was airlifted to hospital after falling as he tried to scale a difficult climb above the Great Slab at Coire an Lochan near Aviemore in Scotland.
The book, simply titled "Cairo-Lucerne-Coire," is made up of postcards that Candinas and Vazquez exchanged between Cairo and Lucerne, Switzerland over the course of about six months, with accompanying poems by Andri Perl, who lives in Coire.