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skirl

the sound of bagpipes
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ARMY bagpipers are to be forced to wear earplugs - because health and safety officers fear the skirl damages hearing.
Toyota's Highlander and the Lexus RX 400h are cousins under the skirl.
All Tony needs is the new Flawless Skirl Cream Foundation and the Light Diffusing Powder to achieve a healthy glow and get rid of unwanted stress lines," says Angela Blyth, NPD manager.
Doreen Howard was named senior technical service supervisor, responsible for formulators of skirl and sun care products.
Left: Mixed furs resonate in Simonetta Ravizza's ensemble of fur jacket with lower sections and portion of sleeves of leopard print, worn over short gold leather skirl accessorized with flat calf-high boots of tiger print and big fur hat.
I was attracted to the skirl,'' he said, referring to the instrument's highest, piercing tones.
Skirl Siegfried, manufacturing projects manager at Bosch Security Systems Ltd.
Glasgow once again reeled to the skirl of the pipes yesterday at the start of the World Pipe Band Championships.
A skirl of pipes heralded the ceremonious entry of a broad platter of what looked like a bag-pudding in a steaming pool of gravy.
This is gentle, warm music with loads of space in it, in which Yates can trill and skirl his decorations on the track Snowdonia/Sail The Sky, and the band can explore some flamenco sketches on Izabella's Dream.
The bride wore a Marisa couture gown featuring layers of silk organza over silk satin complemented by hand-applied Alercon lace placed throughout the bodice and top of the trumpet skirl The modified sweetheart neckline gave way to a princess-seamed bodice that flowed into a court train.