gloup

gloup

[glüp]
(geology)
An opening in the roof of a sea cave.
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She was one of the marketing leads in a pitch for a beauty platform called GloUp, designed to help promote aspiring makeup artists to potential clients looking for affordable and convenient services outside of a salon setting.
Colin, from Sheffield, was winched from the foot of cliffs at The Gloup, Deerness, on Thursday but could not be saved.
The soup was tasty but in a natural way, not the usual MSG gloup. The pan-fried king prawns with mince meat stuffing were an instant favourite.
If you want to be blown away by how gorgeous the British Isles are take a walk at the following: any RSPB nature reserve, Yesnaby with its cliff and stack views or the 80ft deep collapsed sea cave known as the Gloup now separated from the sea by a land bridge.
The colourlesss gloup doesn't have a smell and feels like kids' glue.
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