English to Malayalam Dictionary glen


The choice of venue - Glasgow, the road junction for Gaelic immigration from the Highlands of Scotland and the glens of Ireland - is also significant.
a narrow valley.
Their victory is visible in the houses and crofts that still spread across the hills of the 'glen' and the dale.
The name comes from a 'glen' on the isle of Rum in the Inner Hebrides and it was here they spent a formative period performing for wild dances.
The house is surrounded by about 20 acres of grounds, including lawns, an old walled garden, a paddock and a wooded 'glen' full of wildlife.
Because of the Scottish terrain, the 'glens' are simply stuffed with falls pools in varying states of scenic splendour.
On this moderate-to-strenuous trip, we'll walk the pastoral lowland 'glens' along the banks of exquisite Loch Lomond to the great Scottish Highlands.
And is it not ironic that these lands were so heavily settled by the very people cleared from the Highland 'glens' ?
For complexity of form and for the splendour of its corries and 'glens' , this hill has few equals in the central Highlands.
Temperatures in the 'glens' of Scotland will be getting up to the high teens and early 20s next week which is very good for the time of the year.
This week she will travel to the Isle of Arran, then to Argyll and finally the 'glens' of Strathspey in a bid to unravel the mystery.
There are at least 12 million Americans, she says, who claim to be descended from the former inhabitants of our straths and 'glens' and slums.
In your mind's eye, can't you see the rocky peaks of the high mountains, the deep 'glens' , the tumbling rivers?
The choice of venue - Glasgow, the road junction for Gaelic immigration from the Highlands of Scotland and the 'glens' of Ireland - is also significant.
The remote 'glens' of Scotland are the hiding places of those who seek some tranquillity and privacy.
It is not the reality of a tigerish emerald economy or Ireland's high-tech silicon 'glens' .
By following 'glens' and loch shores between the hills, it is possible to construct any number of walking routes, from afternoon rambles to week-long marathons.
It's got all the right elements - a mountain core of undoubted international conservation value, in a superb setting of upland 'glens' and rural communities.
As well as streams of south-west England and mainland Europe, the young salmon belong to rivers and 'glens' that drain the western Highlands.
The Slieve Blooms full of hidden 'glens' and valleys and lakes and have a certain magic that draws not only the tourists but also the locals back again and again.
And you can see why, because the tiny island has the lot - mountains, rugged coastline, beaches, open moorland and wooded 'glens' .
The narrow 'glens' and rolling hills are nowhere near as popular as other areas of Scotland, so even on a summer's day you can almost be assured of some true peace and quiet.
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