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Clootie

Scottish appellation for the devil. [Scot. Folklore: Leach, 353]
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He had talked to Sylvain Cloutier in Hull about me and then I spoke to Cloots.
I've played against Cloots since I was about nine or 10 years old back home.
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Joining him were other titled men of considerable pelf (and, usually, libertine habits), to wit: the Duc de Biron, the Marquis de Sillery, the Vicomte de Noailles, the Baron "Anacharsis" de Cloots, the Comte de Mirabeau, the Marquis de St.
It's a lot more effective at getting at a candidate we want to talk to," said Jeff Cloots, software development manager for the space-mission engineering firm Microcosm.
It's hard to explain your job requirements to someone else if they're not from a technical field," said Cloots, who interviewed six people about computer programming positions at the fair.
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This underlines how important the industrial sector is as an area for innovation and future growth," said Tom Cloots, Industrial Print Marketing Manager, Agfa Graphics.
I'M never sure whether it's the month of May or the May flower that has to be oot afore ye "cast cloots," but today it was warm in the morning so I left my jacket in the car.
And let's face it, nothing cleans a stainless steel sink, or your dish cloots, like bleach.