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First published 1952 (SND Vol. III).

COLDINGHAM PACKMEN, n. comb., pl. “Cumulus clouds, appearing in vast, snowy piles in the north or east on fine summer afternoons” (Bwk. 1856 G. Henderson Pop. Rhymes 103).

[Cf. Galloway Packmen and Banff Bailies.]

Coldingham Packmen n. comb., pl.

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