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  • proper noun Plural of Aberdonian.

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Examples

  • Callers from all over Scotland have rubbished Purcell's anti-Glasgow suggestion with one caller from Aberdeen making the pertinent point that Glaswegians receive £500 a head more than Aberdonians do.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Callers from all over Scotland have rubbished Purcell's anti-Glasgow suggestion with one caller from Aberdeen making the pertinent point that Glaswegians receive £500 a head more than Aberdonians do.

    Did Purcell bolt too early once again?

  • Aberdonians Pallas always put on a great show, always hard-working and committed heart and soul to live musical excitement.

    Pallas + Abel Ganz, The Ferry, Glasgow 9/10/09 « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS

  • This can be explained in one of two ways: either Aberdonians have not been told there is sex on the Internet; or they get their sex the old fashioned way — through the mail.

    Trends in Highland Places

  • Back at the dawn of time when everybody lived in caves and worshipped the sun, the Aberdonians weren't convinced it existed.

    High summer

  • Most Aberdonians, it should be pointed out, have never seen the dunes.

    The Thistle and the Bee

  • It seems that Aberdonians really do drink to forget.

    Top of the Alcopops

  • A big night out, I should add, probably happens at least once a week for most Aberdonians in the 18 -35 age group.

    Top of the Alcopops

  • A big night out, I should add, probably happens at least once a week for most Aberdonians in the 18 -35 age group.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • He then became merry, and observed how little we had either heard or said at Aberdeen: that the Aberdonians had not started a single mawkin (the Scottish word for hare) for us to pursue.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

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