glaur


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glaur

(ɡlɔːr)
n
Scot mud or mire
[C16: of unknown origin]
ˈglaury adj
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"We had over 2000 people crack on, get stuck into the obstacles and embrace the mud and glaur all the way round.
Glaur girls JennyToulouse, her mum Mary and best pal Julie Stewart, have raised more than PS1,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Written in the heady, special mix of sweat, dust, glaur and occasional tears only available halfway along Coatbridge's Main Street at Cliftonhill.
As we rocked and rolled through the mud, Bob assured me that the 2ft wading depth and the military standard stainless steel plates underneath the G Wagon would ensure it was impervious to the sticky glaur and viscous mud below.
I was forever being shouted at by my granny for getting my knee-high white socks covered in "the glaur".
Scot land was to emerge from the 'glaur of self-doubt and negativity', no longer the junior partner but standing as an equal with England.
More related to our study are the research projects carried out by Llinares and Whittaker in the Madrid Autonomous Community, and the one conducted by the REAL and the GLAUR groups in the Basque country and La Rioja.
People waded through the mud and glaur, but that didn't deter them from flocking to the 172nd New Deer Show.
And she's going to be accompanied through the glaur by her 63-year-old mum Mary and best pal Julie Stewart.
Yet in the depths of winter you'll see them knee-deep in glaur, blue with the cold, not listening to a word their coaches say as they're too busy running to stave off hypothermia.
Next weekend we'll have another rugby international at Murrayfield and, call me a middle class snob, as you always do, but I can guarantee the thousands of fans won't leave anything approaching the glaur that so many football supporters think it's their right to drop.