Glen Rosa and Glen Sannox are remarkable for their wild beauty, and among others are Iorsa, Catacol, Chalmadale, Cloy, Shant, Shurig, Tuie, Clachan, Monamore, Ashdale (with two cascades) and Scorrodale.
cloy rather than satisfy.
In Glen Cloy the ruins of a fort bear the name of Bruce's Castle, in which his men lay concealed, and on the southern arm of Loch Ranza stands a picturesque ruined castle which is said to have been his hunting-seat.
The original Franks of Franks Germany, already established in the Empire, and before pressed upon by the same Huns who had already forced CloY S.
The meat thus prepared stayed moist and the sauce had a hint of sweetness that did not cloy.
cloy The appetites they feed, but she makes hungry Where most she satisfies.
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