brochan

brochan

(ˈbrɒkən; ˈbrɒxən)
n
(Cookery) dialect Scot a type of thin porridge
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30pm train And from Perth in the early morning I shall see the hills again From the summit of Ben Macdui I shall watch the gathering storm And see the crisp snow lying At the back of Cairngorm I shall see the mists of Brochan And pass by the Lairig Ghru To look on dark Loch Fannich From the heights of Sgorin Dubh And from the broken barns of Bynack I shall see the sunrise gleam On the forehead of Ben Rinnes And Strathspey, awake from dream And in the dusk of the evening I shall find once more alone The dark waters of the green loch And the pass beyond Ryvan For tonight, I leave from Newcastle And leave the world behind Who has the hills as a lover Will find thon, wondrous kind.
Haaretz The Israeli newspaper reported that during his government's weekly meeting on Sunday, Netanyahu declared his willingness to "organize the position of the Rahalim, Brochan and Sensana settlements, by forming a committee that seeks confession of these settlements.
Elsewhere, Deek asks Stella out on their first date - dinner at Brochan Lom.
Local farmer Brochan Cocoman whose mother Josephine, 71, was killed on the road, said it is so dangerous he is afraid to use it.
The Gaelic word for it is Brochan, what do we know it as?
Of course, there were also lots of fantastic moments, such as when Simon saw the Brochan Spectre, which appears when the sun is behind a climber and their shadow is cast down into the mist below with a rainbow halo.