tam o' shanter


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tam o' shanter

[ˌtæməˈʃæntəʳ] Nboina f escocesa
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The exuberant power in the religious satires and the narrative 'Tam o' Shanter' is undeniable, but they belong to a lower order of work.
Visit the sites made famous by Robert Burns before returning to pick up the Tam O' Shanter trail to return to the prom.
At the foot of the 231ft hill is Tam o' Shanter's Urban Farm, home to ducks, geese, hens and enough wild birds to steam the binoculars of any ornithologist.
Iain Reid, of Airdrie Burns Club, then gave an "interesting and informative talk" on the Immortal Memory ahead of Willie Devoy's stirring rendition of Tam O' Shanter.
We had recitals of Burns poems such as To a Mouse and Tam o' Shanter - they were fantastic.
The inn, which got its name from Souter Johnnie, one of the characters in Robert Burns's most famous work, Tam o' Shanter, is definitely worthy of an ode or two.
The company comes south of the border on its Primary Schools Tour with a mission to introduce youngsters to Robert Burns and his iconic poem Tam o' Shanter.
The puzzled commuters look like they don't know what language the Scotland fan is speaking - but still appear to be mesmerised by his dramatic delivery of Tam o' Shanter.
A passage of around forty lines encapsulates the whole central section of Tam o' Shanter (11 79-192).
Other poems and songs of Burns that remain well known across the world today include "A Red, Red Rose"; "A Man's a Man for A That"; "To a Mouse"; "Tam o' Shanter" and "Ae Fond Kiss".
"It was not viable, there's not a great deal of parKing." In the recent past the PaddocK area also boasted The Commercial and The Tam O' Shanter both of which have given up the ghost.
Tam o' Shanter, A Man's A Man for A' That, To a Mouse, Ae Fond Kiss, A Red, Red Rose and Scots Wha Hae, which until this century served as an unofficial national anthem for Scotland.