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teuchter

(ˈtjuːxtər)
n
(sometimes capital)
a. a derogatory word used by Lowlanders for a Highlander
b. (as modifier): teuchter music.
[C20: of uncertain origin]
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Presented by Teuchter Company, it is described as an intimate, interactive show inspired by computer games, David Lynch movies and Highland folk tales.
He has since been kicked out of Scottish Labour A one-time pal of former Scots Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, he described himself on Facebook as a "Clintonite, teuchter, socialist, politico in recovery, Hillary forever.
Contractor name : METALLBAU WILHELM SCHULZE TEuCHTER GMBH
The application of blinkers did wonders for the 11-2 chance, who jumped well throughout the contest and led before the last to beat The Teuchter by three and a half lengths in the Equine America Novices' Claiming Hurdle.
The Teuchter joined Tony Newcombe this year and managed to score for the first time in 22 attempts when winning a war of attrition for the 3m2f handicap chase, after being supported from 10-1 to 4-1.
Was travelling better than The Teuchter rounding the home turn and touched 1.
Davidson is no stranger to sometimes unfair criticism on some internet racing forums, but looked thoroughly competent aboard the John O'Shea-trained winner, who stayed on to hold off The Teuchter.
Representing the Teuchter viewpoint, first guest - Perthshire potato farmer Jim Smith - unearthed the evening's first proper belly laugh, impersonating a Grampian Television journalist's news report on the movie Die Hard, had it been a real event.
The long-distance handicap hurdle went to Native Cunning, trained by Robert Buckler and ridden by Leighton Aspell, who beat The Teuchter by seven lengths.
I also love the Teuchter Triangle in Glasgow, which takes in the Islay Inn, the Park Bar and the Ben Nevis.
A few years ago, we invited Off The Ball listeners to suggest Elvis songs with a teuchter twist and this was the top 10 Blue Suede Coos, I Can't Help Falling In Love With Ewe, Jailhouse Cockaleekie Soup, You Ain't Nothing But A Sheepdog, Don't Be Gruel, Crying In The Wee Free Kirk, Heartbreak Overpriced B&B, Wan Fur The Money Twa Fur The Show, It's Cow Or Heiffer and - my favourite - The Wonder Of Uist.
The greeting for Kenny Miller's opener wouldn't have made the Richter Scale but with so many Scots fans coming from northern parts it may well have registered on the Teuchter Scale.