birse


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birse

(bɜːs)
n
1. a bristle
2. a bruise
vb (tr)
to bruise
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Members of the Birse Community Trust (BCT) have been looking into the history of the area and discovered that the Rev Gilbert Ramsay, who was born in Birse, near Aboyne, was related to Benjamin Franklin.
But now the rare book- one of only of a handful ever unearthed in Scotland - has been identified in the community archive in Birse, near Aboyne.
Connor Birse gave the Bluebells the lead in 15 minutes and, three minutes later, Greg Kirk doubled their lead.
Dwayne Hyslop knocked home from close range before Connor Birse bundled Bryan Deasley's cross over the line.
Lochee came from behind after Connor McGlinchey gave Beith an early lead from the penalty spot but a treble from Connor Birse and a Grant Lawson goal saw them reach the two-legged semi-final.
Steve Birse won two events with the Javelin (49.44 metres) and a threw personal best in the B shot putt with 13.11 metres.
Six-year-old Angus, a Bernese mountain dog, is suffering from liver cancer and has been given about a month to live, so owners Dawn and Allan Birse decided to make sure his final weeks were happy by drawing up a list of 15 things for him to do.
Six-year-old Angus, a Bernese mountain dog, is suffering from liver cancer and has been given about a month to live so owners Dawn and Allan Birse decided to make sure his final weeks were happy by drawing up a list of 15 things for him to do.
Civil engineering company Birse Civils, which is part of the Balfour Beatty group, has been appointed by the Environment Agency as its delivery partner for Morpeth's PS21m flood alleviation scheme.
He also praised construction firm Birse Civils Ltd for meeting the engineering challenge of installing a canal aqueduct and railway bridge with minimal disruption.
Lynda, of Heaton, Lancs, is bringing claims against construction firm Peter Birse and Roland Bardsley Homes.