bothy


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bothie, bothy

1. A small cottage or hut, especially in northern England, Scotland, or Ireland.
2. A house for accommodating a number of workers for the same company, farmer, or employer.
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The bothy has two rooms including power, lighting and oak flooring.
Mr Maslen said: "We had received a report on November 12 the bothy was ok so the vandalism occurred sometime between then and the 15th.
The once cute, tiny stone bothy has also been given a face-lift--in the shape of a generous wooden extension.
The restoration of The Bothy, which stands at 23 George Road, has given the house its original Regency Tudor Gothic feel but it is its current owners Clive and Zena Simkins who have added the elegant, stylish touches.
The local repertoire is of bothy songs, and the best example we hear is Danny Couper rattling off 'Sleepytoon'.
The Malton handler even had a winner at Dundalk on Friday night and his smart hurdler Bothy went very close to pulling off a long-term plan in the Greatwood Hurdle when just touched off by Menorah.
And despite having to saddle top weight of 11st12lb under Richard Johnson in yesterday's Grade Three contest because of that he showed his battling qualities to hold joint bottom-weight Bothy by a neck.
At Haydock, Rosbay can feel the benefit of two previous starts in the Debra Millar's 40th Handicap, while Bothy will be fit from hurdling in Ripon's totetentofollow.
Coastguard teams were also looking for the man, who had taken shelter with his dog in a bothy.
Various artists, "Celtic Graces: Best of Ireland" (Hemisphere); various artists, "The Celtic Heartbeat Collection" (Celtic Heartbeat); various artists, "Celtic Legacy: A Global Celtic Journey" (Narada) - Three solid collections, though "Graces" gets the nod for its breadth of artists (Davy Spillane, Bill Whelan, the Bothy Band and, of course, Clannad) and good liner notes.