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  • And the whole fire seemed to be full o 'lile deevils that were shooting out their tongues at me; and the sparks were the souls of the damned i' hell that tried to lowp up the chimley out o 'the deevils' road.

    More Tales of the Ridings

  • But the lile deevils would lowp after 'em, and lap

    More Tales of the Ridings

  • I hae seen lassies, the daft queans, that would lowp and dance a winter's nicht, and still be lowping and dancing when the winter's day cam in.

    David Balfour, a sequel to Kidnapped.

  • Ba'weary but she gart somebody lowp for it that day; they couldnae say ae thing but she could say twa to it; till, at the hinder end, the guidwives up and claught haud of her, and clawed the coats aff her back, and pu'd her doun the clachan to the water o 'Dule, to see if she were

    Stories by English Authors: Scotland (Selected by Scribners)

  • Fire spokesman Lee Ann Loupe (lowp) says crews also worked on 22 other smaller fires caused by lightning.

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  • Fire spokeswoman Lee Ann Loupe (lowp) said Wednesday lines have been built around the full perimeter of the fire, but it won't be declared fully contained until managers are confident the lines will hold.

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  • Up she got, an 'there wasnae an auld story in Ba'weary but she gart somebody lowp for it that day; they couldnae say ae thing but she could say twa to it; till, at the hinder end, the guidwives up and claught hand of her, and clawed the coats aff her back, and pu'd her doun the clachan to the water o' Dule, to see if she were a witch or no, soum or droun.

    Masterpieces of Mystery, Vol. 1 (of 4) Ghost Stories

  • Up she got, an 'there wasnae an auld story in Ba'weary but she gart somebody lowp for it that day; they couldnae say ae thing but she could say twa to it; till, at the hinder end, the guidwives up and claught haud of her, and clawed the coats aff her back, and pu'd her doun the clachan to the water o' Dule, to see if she were a witch or no, soum or droun.

    Merry Men

  • "An extrornry crater is that wee Heelan-man o 'mine, gentlemen, he can conduc himsel' as weel's ony Christan man at table, and aft when I'm pennin 'a bit rhyme' thegither, the crater'll lowp up

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 19, No. 536, March 3, 1832

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