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  • Ganum's first sips of Adelscott (Upright's version is called Auld Reekie) and a semi-accidental mishmash of sours (aptly titled Sour Blend).

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  • The major drawback would be the overwhelming numbers of 'Conservative Clubs'; so perhaps no real equivalent exists in Auld Reekie.

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  • Admirable actor though M.Depardieu is, Tony Blair is not English- he was born in Edinburgh - not that Auld Reekie uses that in its tourist brochures

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  • All this gave great satisfaction to me, in which I was joined by the Marchioness of Auld Reekie, who is connected with you almost as nearly as I am, and who, I can assure you, feels a considerable interest in your welfare.

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  • Lady Midlothian was aunt to the Lady Glencora, and our Alice might have called cousins, and not been forbidden, with the old Lord of the Isles, Lady Glencora's father -- who was dead, however, some time previous to that affair with Burgo -- and with the Marquis of Auld Reekie, who was Lady Glencora's uncle, and had been her guardian.

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  • McHenry of his father's liking for Auld Reekie, they were discomfited by the beds being all occupied, the other two having been early claimed by two men who ate and drank and immediately slept.

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  • Hopkins; son Robin was shipped back to Auld Reekie for his education.

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  • He had been in Paris before that, but his father had grumbled at his spending so much there, and said he must hold with Edinburgh for the future; and Harry was maybe trying to show the old man that as much might go in Auld Reekie as in France.

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  • All this gave great satisfaction to me, in which I was joined by the Marchioness of Auld Reekie, who is connected with you almost as nearly as I am, and who, I can assure you, feels a considerable interest in your welfare.

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  • All this gave great satisfaction to me, in which I was joined by the Marchioness of Auld Reekie, who is connected with you almost as nearly as I am, and who, I can assure you, feels a considerable interest in your welfare.

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  • Edinburgh.

    November 26, 2011