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About 10,000 people gather for the event, in which clansmen compete in various competitions, including bagpiping, drumming, highland dancing, athletics and sheep dog trials.
The design, which depicts two giants, the Taku River, clansmen, a bear holding a shield, the sun, a wolf and more, is starting to take shape.
But unbeknownst to Claire, Jamie did in fact survive the Battle of Culloden while most of his Highlander clansmen did not.
And in addition to physical threats, Jamie has to face the trauma of losing Claire, and nearly all of his clansmen.
By marshaling the support of fellow clansmen and other donors, the project drew support from as far away as the United States and Britain, providing crucial food and water to nearly 1,000 families.
The forefathers, the clansmen, the brothers are ours.
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Definition of clansman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who is a member of a clan (sense 1)
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