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scaur

[skär]
(geology)
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Robert Hawley, water resources officer of the presti- gious conservation body the Salmon & Trout Association, whose patron is the Queen Mother and president, Prince Charles, witnessed the illegal activities of four so-called anglers on the River Scaur, a tributary of the Nith, at Thornhill, Dumfries.
The but-and-ben, called Woodend Cottage, stands on a hill in the remote Scaur valley in Dumfriesshire - almost 10 miles from the nearest village.