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  • Fri 11/13/09 8: 11 PM was that really necessary carlie? really? really?

    Stephenie Meyer on 'Oprah Winfrey': About that original 'New Moon' ending... | 2009

  • I got a labtop so i can use it to see all things twilight, and the best part is i named the computer carlie

    Twilight Lexicon » The Loot List 2008

  • March 12, 2005 00: 01 carlie: sounds great guys! ahh i jus saw their -- you hear it first -- tonight. .wish i'd known about 'em sooner. looking forward to hearing more of yall

    great face for radio (Music (For Robots)) 2005

  • I'm a curious cankered carlie, my name is Willie Stroth

    The Miller o' Straloch 1999

  • There was a gey pompis-like carlie cam 'an' tried to birz Sandy an 'me up the seat; but Sandy sune made a job o' him.

    My Man Sandy J. B. Salmond

  • "If I had a grip o 'Saunders, I'll tak' mair than the fairntickles aff him," says he; an 'faigs, mind you, there's nae sayin' but he may do't; he's a spunky carlie Sandy, when he's raised.

    My Man Sandy J. B. Salmond

  • "Ay, have I," says the carlie, curlin 'up his lips gey snappish-like;

    My Man Sandy J. B. Salmond

  • He's a gey breezie carlie when he's awa 'frae hame, an' his dickie on!

    My Man Sandy J. B. Salmond

  • Thinks I, my carlie, her nabs 'ill lat you hear something the nicht that'll garr the lugs o' ye dirl.

    My Man Sandy J. B. Salmond

  • An 'he is but a fusionless carlie, O. [pithless old fellow]

    Robert Burns How To Know Him William Allan Neilson 1907


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  • A little man; a small boy who has the appearance or manners of a little old man.

    June 25, 2011