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Scottish

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Scotland, its people, their Gaelic language, or their English dialect
2. the the Scots collectively
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"This strong sense of Scottishness does not, and will not, translate into a rise in nationalism.
It would have been interesting to see a deeper analysis of the ways in which second and third generation New Zealand-Scots understood their Scottishness, or indeed their New Zealand and British identities.
Defeating the independence referendum is now "personal" for him, on account of his recently aroused Scottishness.
Separation would not only cost the UK some of its economic, political and diplomatic "clout" in the world, but would also tear up an "intricate tapestry" of human connections Cameron and relationships which mean that "for millions of people, there is no contradiction in being proud of your Scottishness, Englishness and Britishness - sometimes all at once".
Scottishness and Irishness in New Zealand since 1840.
I'm not quite sold on this fashionable idea that the sheer Scottishness of one Mr K Dalglish is enough to squeeze another 20 points out of Liverpool's squad.
I loved winding up John for his total Scottishness, having only ever witnessed such fervent patriotism in my footballing days from the likes of Alan Ball and Billy Bremner.
Divided into eight chapters with conclusions to follow, Ambivalent Self-Understanding takes the reader though forty years of Shetland life, which includes in-depth discussions on Scottish nationalism, the emergence of Shetlanders' self-understanding in relation to Scottishness, Shetlanders' desire for constitutional change and an examination of Shetland discourse and language change.
This article outlines, first, the nature of Scottishness, Scottish national identity and national self-consciousness at the time of high emigration to Australasia.
AFTER reading Barry Gibson's column (Examiner, December 9), I would say there is a point to attacking Gordon Brown for his "Scottishness".
The Strathmore Twist label design builds on the brand strengths of purity, contemporary Scottishness and quality.
It was a toe-curling fiasco, in which people were trying to prove their validity in representing Scotland (a country where there are a tiny handful of amateur rugby league players) by covering themselves with the cheesiest manifestations of a kind of 1960s tourist board Scottishness.

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