Scotch mist


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Scotch mist

A thick mist and drizzling rain, as is common in some parts of Scotland and England. Primarily heard in UK. I hope you brought your umbrella today, because we'll be walking in a Scotch mist.
See also: mist, scotch
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Eddi (right) claims to have met Rabbie's ghost several times during the search for his songs and spirit, so if you feel a chill as you sing along to such favourites as My Love's Like A Red Red Rose, it may be something more than Scotch mist.
Now called Scotch Mist at Peter's Cellars, the focus is on flying the Saltire for Scottish food.
Whatever happens, it has to be better than last year's dire effort or the strange draw of the year before when Wales let a 19-point lead evaporate quicker than Scotch mist.
"So far, however, all yourbigwomenhave disappearedintothe Scotch mist."
And the mouthwatering Scotch Mist dessert that combines toffee crunch ice cream with shortbread and an optional shot of whisky or Baileys.
Their mission - to take away the Scotch mist that surrounds all out-dated notions that Scots music is only twee renditions of battles and English-baiting ballads sung by bearded Aran jumper wearers.
SCOTCH MIST: Gene Kelly and Van Johnson in Brigadoon; HAPPY FAMILY: Catherine with Michael and the kids
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MOST motor show concept cars are like Scotch mist, here one moment to make life "interesting" and gone the next.
a bottle of Scotch Mist. And the little Dutchman will be teetotal on March 18.
If the players qualify for a European spot this season, they'll now be given a tub of elbow grease, a bottle of Scotch mist and a two-week holiday in Brigadoon.