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Bridie

James, real name Osborne Henry Mavor. 1888--1951, Scottish physician and dramatist, who founded the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. His plays include The Anatomist (1930)
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If the application is successful, Forfar bridies would have legal protection against imitation.
Rock group The Bridies joins Father Ted creator Arthur Matthews, inset, on the 2006 list of tax-exempt performers
Bridies, Ireland's hottest new sensation have been compared to the Spice
But if you prefer plain fare to all that fancy stuff, you could always try Forfar Bridies (meat pies) Cranachan, a dessert made from oatmeal, cream, raspberries and whisky, or tablet, a traditional piece of confectionery which resembles fudge.
Two bakers from Forfar joined forces recently in a bid to win their bridies the same protected status within Europe as champagne.
Theresa is using Scottishinspired recipes including cullen skink, bridies, stew and tatties as appetite for the hit show reaches boiling point.
It was a stunning result and next up at Station Park are a Stranraer side who must hate bridies as much as they do buses.
Steve Gammon's Bridies Lark, who was in great form prior to a tumble in a race won be reopposing Lizard Alert on July 13, has since trialled well in beating the aforementioned Ardera Neasa and can get back to winning ways.
Among the treats the youngsters prepared were Caribbean red pepper salsa, apple gallettes and salmon and potato bridies.
He also won gold for bridies and a bronze for mince pies.
After matching 68s on the first two days, the Droitwich ace closed with a couple of 69s, yesterday's being a faultless effort that brought three bridies at eight, 14 and 16, and no dropped shots.