Scot


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Scot

1. a native or inhabitant of Scotland
2. a member of a tribe of Celtic raiders from the north of Ireland who carried out periodic attacks against the British mainland coast from the 3rd century ad, eventually settling in N Britain during the 5th and 6th centuries
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Our business is with the Scots," quoth the elder; "for it was the Scots who cut off daddy's string fingers and his thumbs.
Later, I served under the Warden of Berwick, that very John Copeland of whom our friend spake, the same who held the King of Scots to ransom.
I have heard that the Scots are good men of war," said Hordle John.
And so saying, the gallant Scot gave way to a genuine explosion of wrath.
One of the Scots merchants of Moscow happened to be amongst us; and as soon as he heard the horn, he told us that we had nothing to do but to charge them without loss of time; and drawing us up in a line, he asked if we were resolved.
Many of Burns' poems are in the Lowland Scots dialect; a few are wholly in ordinary English; and some combine the two idioms.
My lord, you have, without doubt, heard that the religious respect of your Scots loves to confide to the statues of the dead the valuable objects they have possessed during their lives.
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Scot jumped at the chance to enrol for the UK Screen Acting Academy when it was launched three years ago.
Prior to attaining his degree in Respiratory Care, Scot earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and subsequently attained over 15 years of management experience in the role of Human Resource Director.
Not only do Owen and Sammy (their pugs) catch some Zs inside, said Scot, "We use them as nightstands.
According to Scot Uhrig, All Recycling started in 1992 as a nonferrous recycling facility, but soon added ferrous scrap recycling capabilities in order to provide a full range of services to customers.