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Adam Boyce, fidder, on Old Time Fiddling Contests and their decline, at the Middle Grange Hall
New Hampshire Public Radio
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hernesheir commented on the word fidder
To move like a hawk when he wishes to be stationary over a place, or as a bird over her young in a nest. --Dr. Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary and Supplement, 1841.
May 18, 2011