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bridie

(ˈbraɪdɪ; Scottish ˈbrəɪdɪ)
n
(Cookery) Scot a semicircular pie containing meat and onions
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Bridie

(ˈbraɪdɪ)
n
(Biography) James, real name Osborne Henry Mavor. 1888–1951, Scottish physician and dramatist, who founded the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. His plays include The Anatomist (1930)
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Would Bridie, now an adult, feel she'd outgrown herself ?
They won silver for their steak bridie and bronze for their chicken curry pie.
The High Street butchers secured a Gold Award for their tasty Haggis Bridie in the Scottish Craft Butchers Haggis Products Awards.
Derek Heath, who moved to Canada with his wife Bridie, a registered nurse and midwife, died peacefully with cancer on November 22.
The funeral of Brigid "Bridie" McCaw will take place today at Motherwell Cathedral after she passed away.
The application is being made by the Forfar Bridie Producers Association - a joint venture between McLaren and Son Bakers and Saddlers of Forfar.
Bridie Lincoln, 44, and good friend Viv Cushing, 54, are the founders of the breast cancer awareness group called 'Know Your Melons', which encourages women to be breastaware by checking themselves.
Alternative folk band, Bridie Jackson and The Arbour release their new single, Far From The Tree, next month.
The Cellar Folk Triple Bill will feature Newcastle quartet Bridie Jackson and the Arbour; virtuoso duo Katriona Gilmore and Jamie Roberts; and Heg & The Wolf Chorus.
Until now Bridie Hope, 70, could only hear frustrating muffled sounds, and couldn't hear voices properly.
I refer to last year's Irish Supreme Greyhound of the Year Locnamon Bridie.
They were captured on a hidden video camera installed by the worried children of 92-year-old Bridie Rees and show her ordeal at the hands of Faderera Bello, 54.