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scallywag

(after the US Civil War) a White Southerner who supported the Republican Party and its policy of Black emancipation. Scallywags were viewed as traitors by their fellow Southerners
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Both captains are planning to retire from active piracy and operate their own management consulting firm, Scallywag Management, LLC, from the island of Barbados.
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Lawyers for the satirical magazine Scallywag said they were considering what action they could take following Mr Major's admission that he had a four-year affair with former Tory MP Edwina Currie before he became Prime Minister.
Major is also suing Scallywag, a London satirical monthly, over the reports.
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Operation Scallywag involved a series of visits to pubs and clubs in the area being carried out by specialist teams including Neighbourhood Police Officers and Special Constables teamed with specialist dog handlers.
IT HAS come to Murphy's attention that Mullingar scallywag Michael O'Leary's fleet of low-cost cattle-trucks in the sky are flying an orange, white and green tricolour on their starboard sides.