sauch

Related to sauch: Saugh, CHUSA

sauch

(sɔːx) or

saugh

n
(Plants) a sallow or willow
[C15: from Old English salh]
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Sauch, "Purification of Giardia muris cysts by velocity sedimentation," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
La excavacion efectuada permitio documentar una camara de 7 ortostatos de granito orientada al E (Hoskin y Sauch, 1999: fig.
Doon, laich doon the Dullan sings - An' I ken o' an aul' sauch tree, Where a wee loon's wahnie's hingin' yet That's dead in Picardy; An' ilka win' fae the Conval's broo Bends aye the buss o' ern, Where aince he futtled a name that noo I'll read on the Soldiers' Cairn.
The body was noticed when a Dera Sauch Sauda follower went to check the water tank.
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The gossip was more interesting in Europe too, for instance an item in the London Sunday Times for August 19 which reported that a Saudi prince, Sheik Einani, had gambled away $17 million at the gaming tables in Cannes over the past month, thus squandering in a few evenings the price of one of the F-16s sent to defend the Royal Sauch house.