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  • But mibby if there was a noo licence or twa doon aboot the shore, there micht be mair traffik i 'the herbir.

    My Man Sandy

  • I pet them on mibby to rin an errand or twa, till they get the set o 'my fit, an' syne I can manish them to the kirk.

    My Man Sandy

  • I hit Sandy blether awa 'for a whilie, an' syne I strikes in, "Ay, juist that, Sandy; but you'll mibby g'wa 'an' get that tume saft soap barrel scraipit oot, an 'the wechts gi'en a black lead; an' we'll hear aboot the Toon Cooncil efter your wark's dune."

    My Man Sandy

  • If it hadna been for Mester Blair gettin 'a haud o' the wechty end o't, there wudda been a noo helmet, an 'mibby a new bobby needed in Edinboro.

    My Man Sandy

  • But aboot the can'le an 'the ink -- you mibby winder hoo Sandy manished to stamack them.

    My Man Sandy

  • If ye pet your nose in aboot ony bolies harkenin ', you'll mibby get the wecht o' a bissam shaft on the end o't.

    My Man Sandy

  • The trustees wud mibby need to chairge shore dues on lads 'at was landit on the kee noo-an'-than.

    My Man Sandy

  • There's naethin 'Saunders disna think he could improve, excep' himsel 'mibby.

    My Man Sandy

  • Puir man, he has mibby mair than me to thole; but I wudda gien a five-pound note 'at I hadna left my ain hoose this nicht.

    My Man Sandy

  • You've mibby heard me speak aboot Meg Mortimer's mither that used to bide at The Drum.

    My Man Sandy

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