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  • Och, but the wean outskraugh, sclentan back on the breist o his nourrice, fairlie dumbfounert he was at the sicht o his daddie that loed him, fleggit sair at the bress and the crest wi its wallopan horsehair, kelteran doun frae the tap o the bassanat, unco the sicht o't. BRAW AND WITTY.

  • "I conceited there would come something o't", she said to herself.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • "Naethin 'came o't, d'ye say?" cries he, with his chops quivering.

    Flash For Freedom

  • But we're a 'met thegither owre a wee drappie o't.

    A Wee Drappie O't

  • We'll be happy a 'thegither owre a wee drappie o't.

    A Wee Drappie O't

  • We'll be happy a 'thegither owre a wee drappie o't. cho: Owre a wee drappie o't, owre a wee drappie o't,

    A Wee Drappie O't

  • But you won't see no myrtles -- less they've growed in the night -- just a low stone house with a bit of a copse back o't.

    Ambrotox and Limping Dick

  • "Pluck at a gown of gold," says the Scotch proverb, "and you may get a sleeve o't."

    How to Get on in the World A Ladder to Practical Success

  • "Goad's sake! what's this o't?" cried the poor judge, already tangled in the folds of the long cloak, and struggling to rise.

    Stories of the Border Marches

  • 'And you shall have it, dearie; the Lord will send it surely; and when you're in the midst o't, you mind these words o' the Lord's, "Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life."



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  • O'er and o't, cap'n.

    December 30, 2008