Munro

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Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
John C., U.S. surgeon, 1858-1910. See: Munro point.

Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
William J., Australian dermatologist, 1863-1908. See: Munro abscess, Munro microabscess.
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Chris will be walking the mountains – which also qualify as Munros – as part of a fundraising campaign for Scottish Mountain Rescue (SMR).
4 metres, which would have made it the northernmost Munro.
I became obsessed with NOT being able to do every Munro.
Grant, who is recording his hikes with selfie photos and YouTube videos, has so far completed 26 Munros.
He has completed his final 11 Munros since April this year.
I love it and I am determined to climb my last Munro.
The Munros waited for the second slide to stop then ran down to the beach where the Race's car crashed.
A HOMELESS teenager who turned his life around with the help of a charity will today launch a Munro Challenge to raise funds for it.
The Ayrshire plumber hopes to bag the 282 Munros - and another one, Beinn a'Chlaidheimh, that was demoted in 2012 - in just 37 days.