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  • n. Plural form of bridie.


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  • Initial sketches of the five-star hotel look decidedly grandiose, with Victorian interiors, large chandeliers and giant fireplaces, presumably for warming up weather-beaten golfers as they nurse a dram of Famous Grouse or nibble on Forfar bridies.

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  • "It started with bridies and a utilikilt," Bob said.

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  • Maybe the Finance Secretary was too busy ironing out his Budget, but Loons supporters take note: no more free bridies at Station Park for Swinney.


  • The Forfar bridies cost $4, and cookies are $1.50.


  • The booth serves up Forfar bridies, which are Scottish meat pies, shortbread cookies and tea.


  • “There’s no ‘pasties’ in the window - those are bridies

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  • Some people have already talked to me about getting some Forfar bridies, "he said.



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