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Minch

 (mĭnch)
A channel, divided into North Minch and Little Minch, separating northwest Scotland from the Outer Hebrides.

Minch

(mɪntʃ)
n
(Placename) the Minch a channel of the Atlantic divided into the North Minch between the mainland of Scotland and the Isle of Lewis, and the Little Minch between the Isle of Skye and Harris and North Uist
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Your father, too, was a man of learning as befitted his position; no man more plausibly conducted school; nor had he the manner or the speech of a common dominie; but (as ye will yourself remember) I took aye a pleasure to have him to the manse to meet the gentry; and those of my own house, Campbell of Kilrennet, Campbell of Dunswire, Campbell of Minch, and others, all well-kenned gentlemen, had pleasure in his society.
The final debate competition took place at Addis Ababa University on August 20-21 and included 28 participants from 14 universities: Addis Ababa; Addis Ababa Science and Technology; Dire Dawa; Haromaya; Jigjiga; Jimma; Gondar; Bahir Dar; Mekelle; Hawassa; Arba Minch; Assosa; Semera; and Gambella.
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Some schools and government offices were closed for the occasion and the prime minister told fellow Ethiopians to go out and make your mark, as he planted his own tree in the southern city of Arba Minch.
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The researchers focused on the former Minch Ice Stream, to the northwest of Scotland, and this is the first time geology has been identified as a factor in expediting the process of ice stream retreat.
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The 40-year-old has revealed how she was stung hundreds of times doing the treacherous 27-mile route known as the North Minch wearing just a bathing suit, hat and goggles.