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lochloch /lɒx, lɒk $ lɑːk, lɑːx/ noun [countable]  DNa lake or a part of the sea partly enclosed by land in Scotland Loch Ness
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lochA sizable saithe dangling from its beak indicates another meal for its young up on the hill loch beyond the village.But there are two differences: Morar has a tourist fringe and its loch is of fresh water.Between the loch and your start point at Caldons campsite you need to follow a short section of the Water of Trool.Those who drowned in the loch were pronounced guilty.And the best way to tackle that problem is not on the loch itself, but in the centre of town.The loch is so new and shallow that underwater tree-stumps can still catch you unawares.Oscaig, owned by the Marquess of Linlithgow, is a splendid sea-trout loch.
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