(92) [...] As Kirks wi' Christianity ha'e dune, Burns Clubs wi' Burns--wi' a'thing it's the same, The core o' ocht is only for the few, Scorned by the mony, thrang
wi'ts empty name.
Chan eil riaghltas Labarach air a bhith anns a' Phoblachd a-riamh, is a h-uile duine ro thrang
a' dannsadh timcheall eachdraidh agus brataichean.
Their influence can be seen in place names such as Thrang
, Rossett and Oxendale.
India has countered China's String of Pearls with its own so-called "Necklace of Diamonds." (109) This is noted by the Indian navy gaining permanent berthing rights at Vietnam's Na Thrang
port, which has confirmed New Delhi's ability to extend its "sustainable maritime presence" into the South China Sea.
And aye the ower-word o' the thrang
Was--'Rise for Branksome readily!' (75) While Anglo-Scottish relations continued to fluctuate, James VI used cross-border raiding as a bargaining ploy with Elizabeth I, enabling Buccleuch to continue his activities and thus maintain a military reputation and retinue.
Charolais: pounds 662, pounds 648, pounds 598 (x2), pounds 575 Low Houses, pounds 595 Redgate Head, pounds 595 (x2), pounds 560 (x7) Thrang
Farm, pounds 570 Crooklands, pounds 568 Crummock Bank.
2 The number of canines in his poem The Twa Dogs: 'Twa dogs, that were na thrang
at hame, Forgather' dance upon a time'.
This stereotype is still present in the English language in expressions such as Thrang
as a woman's tongue or Deeds are men, words are women.
Throng or thrang
for busy has been in use for hundreds of years.
At Polwart on the green, Amang the new-mawn hay, With sangs and dancing keen We'll pass the heartsome day, At night, if beds be o'er thrang
laid, And thou be twin'd of thine, Thou shall be welcome, my dear Lad, To take a part of mine.
Bill Watts' Clanrallier (E Hide) then trots up at 8 to 11, before Sally Hall's Midllin' Thrang
(N Carlisle) completes the massacre at 11 to 4.