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  • As for rudeness, I have found that most of the Scottish police officers are incredibly polite, except for the strathclyde officers, but working in Glasgow I am not surprised or maybe it was the broad glaswegian accents.

    Kelvin Mackenzie says “yes” « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • As opposed to Dr Beckett's glaswegian, which only slipped a couple of times I've been able to tell.

    New To Us: STARGATE ATLANTIS | the TV addict

  • Sad that he passed away before I found out who he was while he lived, rather like another post mortem glaswegian hero of mine, Alex Harvey.

    Radio Clash 67: Artist Special – Ivor Cutler

  • I bet! coming from good glaswegian/Cork stock obviously R.C. attended Catholic and forces schools all over the world, the common denominator here seems to be that the priests and nun teachers, thought little of using violence, some of it quite heavy duty to enforce discipline.

    Army Rumour Service

  • However he is a wide boy and a glaswegian of course my mrs is a glaswegian and i tell you nothing gets past her.

    Through the seasons before us..

  • Considering the ridiculous amount of money sent down the M8 to our glaswegian friends, the facts are that if we still have the current minority government they will not (and will not be allowed to) refuse any funding in excess of £500m.

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  • 'concept' that went with it ... plus i live in scotland and the concerts are always in glasgow which involves planes, trains and automobiles to get there and once you do, people singing left to my own devices in a glaswegian accent (must be heard to be believed) ...

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