sea loch


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sea loch

n
(Physical Geography) another name for loch2
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Translations

sea loch

nbraccio di mare
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An investigation has been launched into the circumstances surrounding the death of a "hardworking family man" in a Western Isles sea loch.
I drove back with a grin from ear to ear, to catch Trout from a Scottish sea loch is an amazing experience.
When this object was used Flanders Moss was still a sea loch and these Mesolithic peoples harvested washed up whale carcasses on the prehistoric shore line where the road west currently runs.
Fort William, on the southern edge of the Great Glen and located on a sea loch, will be the base for the three-day trip.
Here you've got all the scenic beauty of the West Coast but with the shelter of being on a protected sea loch's shores.
The fish are farmed in Loch Etive, a sea loch on the west coast of Scotland, resulting in a distinct flavour and texture.
He went on to say he murdered a man "above Loch Long", a 20-mile long sea loch at the mouth of the Clyde.
A FIVE-year-old girl who was rescued from a sea loch after a canoe accident has died in hospital - the third child to die in the tragedy.
Summary: A search has resumed for a man missing after a canoe capsized in a sea loch, claiming the lives of his two young sons and a five-year-old.
Snuggled at the start of a small peninsula it's probably feasible for the bleary-eyed traveller to stumble out of bed, head for the bathroom and find themselves instead bathing in the sea loch. And, to be fair, I can think of worse things.