Her father, an artist, had gone from Schwarzenburg to coire to execute some frescoes in a church, and had married there.
He renewed the suggestion in 1516, inviting Henry to meet him at coire.
coire Dubh Mor (corrie dhoo more), Great black corrie (or dell).
The place of the ratification is still called Comitium, from "coire," to meet.
The Bishop of coire condemned them all to transportation, and a barren valley was assigned to them as their future residence.
coire an Easain (corrie an easan), Corrie of the little waterfall.
It was too much, but it saved stopping an hour at coire for a train and shifting our luggage.
Before we got to coire the cool rushing night had come and the glaciers had blotted themselves out.
This hollow is called coire Cheud Cnoc, or "the corrie of a hundred hillocks."
coire Cheud Cnoc (corrie hehud crok), Corrie of a hundred hillocks.