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carse

(kɑːs; Scottish kærs)
n
(Physical Geography) Scot a riverside area of flat fertile alluvium
[C14: of uncertain origin; perhaps from a plural form of carr]
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That night we struck Allan Water, and followed it down; and coming to the edge of the hills saw the whole Carse of Stirling underfoot, as flat as a pancake, with the town and castle on a hill in the midst of it, and the moon shining on the Links of Forth.
All night, then, we walked through the north side of the Carse under the high line of the Ochil mountains; and by Alloa and Clackmannan and Culross, all of which we avoided: and about ten in the morning, mighty hungry and tired, came to the little clachan of Limekilns.
'Matther mun, matter eneaf for one neight,' replied the guard; 'dang the wall-eyed bay, he's gane mad wi' glory I think, carse t'coorch is over.
Overgrown path between the Carse Road and Lecropt, Bridge Of Allan
After the interval, Cosgrove continued his impressive stand by moving to his half-century, drilling the ball through the covers to the fence from a short Carse delivery.
Carse added another strike, while Cameron Steel notched a vital late wicket to keep Durham on course for victory - requiring another seven wickets on the final day and still leading by 155 runs.
Joshua Dell and Whiteley steadied the ship but both fell quickly to Rushworth and Carse.
Carse enters the crowded field of Panama Canal historiography to build on and extend the work of established Panamanian scholars with a new interpretation framed in infrastructure history.
Either side of a mid-afternoon rain break, Umeed and Ian Bell added 75 in 19 overs but the flow of the day was reversed by a long spell of persistent accuracy and menace by Carse. Playing only his sixth first-class game, the 20-yearold bagged a pair of prestige wickets when he inveigled edges from Bell (38, 61 balls) and Jonathan Trott - and was unlucky not to take more.
Carse said they want to be focused for Sam and be as positive and supportive as they can.
Kenneth Carse, vice president of marketing and sales for Doosan Machinery America Inc., was considered an icon of marketing leadership in the machine tool industry.