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2008-08-15 06:00:27

MOST AMUSINGLY RUDE MERCHANDISE This prize very nearly went to Alexis Dubus, who is promoting his show A Ruddy Brief History of Swearing (at Nicol Edwards on Niddry Street - it's free by the way) with badges emblazoned with the words "Shit", "Bollocks" and "C***".

2008-07-09 21:00:24

By IAN McCONNELL SCOTCH whisky distiller Edrington Group yesterday announced a near-10per cent rise in underlying annual profits - boosted by strong growth in sales of its Highland Park and Macallan single malts - but flagged tougher economic times ahead and likely price rises triggered by surging costs.

2008-06-17 12:00:38

By DOUGLAS FRASER SCOTTISH POLITICAL EDITOR THE drinks industry expects it can place legal challenges in the way of Scottish Government plans to impose minimum prices per unit of alcohol, as expected in a major new alcohol strategy to be unveiled in West Lothian today.

2007-05-15 12:00:10

NEW YORK, May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- DRAMBUIE(R) announces an exciting new cocktail to herald the summer season - the Drambuie Fizz cocktail.

2006-05-02 17:30:00

For anyone trying to pick the perfect single malt whisky, these are the 12 "cardinal flavors" identified by a Scottish academic to tickle the tastebuds of connoisseurs around the world.


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2007-06-24 19:22:57

The Haddock or Offshore Hake is a marine fish distributed on both sides of the North Atlantic. Haddock is a popular food fish, widely fished commercially. The Haddock is easily recognized by a black lateral line running along its white side, not to be confused with Pollock which has the reverse (white line on black side), and a distinctive dark blotch above the pectoral fin, often described as a "thumbprint" or even the "Devil's thumbprint" or "St. Peter's mark". Haddock is most...

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Word of the Day
megalophonous
  • Having a loud voice; vociferous; clamorous.
  • Of grand or imposing sound.
The word 'megalophonous' comes from Greek roots meaning 'big' and 'sound'.