One Dirty Scot

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Dirty, hot, and Scottish.He wears a suit like a whore wears underwear For the business of temptation.

One Hot Scot

Author: Donna Alam
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Fin Hayes has ninety-nine problems.

The Farington Diary 1793 1821

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In Holland she was looked up to as a Vice Queen would be.—Her Son is brought
up under a Tutor, and she does not permit him to associate with any other Boys.
—A Sister of Mrs. Hope married to Admiral Pole. [Mrs. Hope was the wife of a
banker and merchant of Amsterdam. The Hopes came to England in 1791 when
the French overran the Netherlands.] A Dirty Scot April 2.—Sir John Sinclair, a
dirty Scotsman, who angry at not having a peerage,—or a seat in Parliament
given him ...

A Dictionary Of The Scottish Language

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The coal-head, a bird, Roxb. Black bannet, syn. Clydes. BLACKYMORE, f. A
negro ; the vulgar pron. of O. E. black am ort. BLACKLEG, s. A disease in cattle ;
the same as Black Spaul, q. v. Ettr. For. BLACK-LEG, s. A matchmaker. Syn. Black
-foot. Ettr. For. BLACKLIE, adj. Ill -coloured ; having a dirty appearance ; applied
to clothes that are ill-washed, or that have been soiled in the drying, Ang. — From
A. 8. bloc, blaec, and lig, similis, q. having the likeness of what is black. BLACK-
MAIL.

A Etymological Dictionary Of The Scottish Language

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Scot. iii. 420. To CLAP, v. n. To stop, to halt, to tarry ; as, clap a ' gliff, .step in, and
stop for a little; Fife. Apparently elliptical, for clap down, a phrase commonly used
for taking a seat, or resting. CLAPDOCK BREECHES, small clothes made so tight
as ... To CLARK, v. n. To act as a scribe or amanuensis, S. ; from clerk. V. Clerk.
To CLART, v. a. To dirty, to foul.] Add; I'lUeave some heirships to my kin ; — A
skeplet hat, and plaiden hose, A jerkin darted a' wi' brose, &c. Jacobite Relics, i.
118.

Supplement To The Etymological Dictionary Of The Scottish Language

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Scot. iii. 420. To CLAP, v. n. To stop, to halt, to tarry ; as, clap a gliff, step in, and
stop for a little; Fife. Apparently elliptical, for clap don'n, a phrase commonly used
for taking a seat, or resting. CLAPDOCK BREECHES, small clothes made so tight
as ... To CLARK, v. n. To act as a scribe or amanuensis, S.; from clerk. W. CLERK.
To CLART, v. a. To dirty, to foul..] Add; I'll leave some heirships to my kin;– A
skeplet hat, and plaiden hose, A jerkin clarted a wi' brose, &c. Jacobite Relics, i.
118.

Scot On The Rocks

Author: Brenda Janowitz
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I could not, for the life of me, figure out why Jack had put him in the game at such
a crucial moment. The ball was in play, and I sat forward on my seat, anxious for
a Gilson Hecht victory. Two minutes left on the clock. I called out, “Defense,” and
Vanessa shot me a dirty look. (Even though everyone knows that when you have
courtside seats, you simply have to yell out “defense.”) Billie was holding her own
on the court—paired against an Arby Scheweitzer attorney who towered over her,
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Untouchables

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Republished after seven years, it was the first book to question the cosy relationship between the Yard and sections of the media, to explain why cops are incapable of investigating themselves and to expose the lack of independence in the ...

Jamieson S Dictionary Of The Scottish Language

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To BLAAD, v. a. To suHy ; to dirty ; to spoil ; as, " the biaadin o* the sheets," Aberd
. Perhaps the same with Blad, v. sense 2. BLAAD. s. A stroke. Galloway. V. Blaud.
BLAB, j. A small globe or bubble, Lanarks V. Blob. To BLABBER, Blab BR,
Blbbek, v. n. To babble, to □peak indistinctly. R. Brwx.— Tent, blabber-en,
confuse et inepte garrire, Jun. to Blab. Hence, BUBERING, t. Babbling. Douglas.
BLABER, i. A kind of cloth imported from France. K>\ths Hist. Perhaps from Fr.
blafard, ...