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AcronymDefinition
LOCHLegend of Condor Heroes (anime)
LOCHLate-Onset Corneal Haze (ophthalmology)
LOCHLens Organ Culture/Hydrogen Peroxide (dietary antioxidants)
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9.20 & 2.20: M McNae (Loch); S Moffat (Pow); R Swan (Loch).
This lively and bustling town stands at the edge of the Highlands and is the eastern gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
He said: "There have been over a thousand reported sightings of something in Loch Ness which have driven this notion of a monster being in the water.
The Loch Ness RNLI team said a large number of people at the water could overstretch its resources.
There is much in the area around Balloch that can be improved and the approach to the loch made more attractive.
The existence of the Loch Ness monster -- a long-necked dinosaur-like creature surviving from prehistoric times -- has never been proven.
What will happen once Loch Fyne closes, however, is not clear as Greene King will not disclose its plans, despite having a number of years left on its tenancy agreement.
Greene King does not mention Loch Fyne once in annual results published today, but does say that it will now focus on four brands -- The Greene King pub brand; its country pub brand Chef & Brewer; Farmhouse Inns, the out-of-town, food-led brand Hungry Horse.
As part of this study, a pink dye will be placed in the river upstream from where it enters the loch, and it will be regularly monitored over the following 24 hours using samplers, which will be placed on rafts.
The contribution to Visit Inverness Loch Ness is in addition to these community funds.