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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given name Scott.


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  • Without another word Scotty headed off the bridge.

    Thin Air

  • Without another word Scotty headed off the bridge.

    Thin Air

  • Without a word Scotty headed back toward the smoke.

    The Three-Minute Universe

  • I have reports from old 'Scotty' McIntyre's ranch up north that young Wolf-Willow, that we all know so well, has been caught rustling cattle – cut out two calves, sir, and – well, he's stolen them, sir, and old Scotty is after him with a shot-gun.

    The Shagganappi

  • Sure, he had some funny lines, but Scotty is more than that.

    More Star Trek Thoughts

  • My main criticism with regard to Scotty is that he falls into his familiar place just a little too quickly and easily, given the circumstances surrounding his arrival aboard the Enterprise.

    Star Trek 2009 Feature Film Review | Fan Cinema Today

  • Bolden seems worthy of being in the running, and the line about Kirk vs. Scotty is a good one.

    Charlie Bolden: News or Noise? - NASA Watch

  • Can we just pause to say how grateful we are that Scotty is on this show?

    'Brothers & Sisters' recap: Life goes on |

  • Not his fault, really, but the writers seem to have decided that Scotty is now the comic relief.

    More Star Trek Thoughts

  • I'm thinkin 'Scotty would approve of this bottle opener in the shape of the U.S.S. Enterprise.

    April 2008


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