A minor delay for space tourists as a pathway is cleared.
The Scottish Word:

Kenmark.

“An get Branson telt that they’re kenmarkit ‘bigglesworth the max power super squib of Lossiemouth’.”

Translated:

kenmark: brand, a mark of ownership.

“And be sure to inform Richard, without fail that they are branded as ‘bigglesworth the max power super squib of Lossiemouth’.”

[kenmark spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

Lossiemouth

There was talk of Virgin basing their space tourism launch site at Lossiemouth (2006). Repeated again here in 2014 along with several other potential sites in Scotland.

So far nothing has come of it in Scotland although the technology is coming along in leaps and bounds.

There is interesting development of re-usable rockets that can come back down to earth and land vertically. To be used again.

The Scottish Word: kenmark with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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