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  • Ye see, I've sought tae make clear that everything done in your name isna necessarily done wi 'your knowledge.

    Hokas Pokas

  • Ye see, I’ve sought tae make clear that everything done in your name isna necessarily done wi’ your knowledge.

    Hokas Pokas

  • As quoted by ISNA, February 11, 2008, at www.isna.ir/ISNA/NewsView.aspx?

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  • "It isna entirely disinterested kindness on my part, ye ken," he observed.

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  • "I asked ye for honesty last night, but it wasna really necessary; it isna in you to lie."

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  • "But there isna that much for me there," he said, idly scratching his thigh.

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  • Imagination is all verra well, but it isna equal to the sight of a man having his back laid open.

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  • There isna any reasonable explanation I can think of for you.

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  • Even though I'm your husband now-that feels verra strange to say-it isna right that ye should forget him, or even try to.

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  • "I'd tell ye the proper Gaelic for your liege lord and ruler, but it isna a word suitable for the lips of a lady, Sassenach or no."

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