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    • 1870, Various, Heads and Tales[1]:
      Is't cruel to dowgs, to feed fifty or sixty o' them on crackers and ither sorts o' food, in a kennel like a Christian house, wi' a clear burn flowin' through 't, and to gie them, twice a-week or aftener, during the season, a brattlin rin o' thretty miles after a fox?
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    • 1859, Frederic S. Cozzens, Acadia[2]:
      He would have four times as much as he had charged in the first instance, or "he'd tak us over, and land us on the ither side of the bay."
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    • 1857, Various, The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume VI[3]:
      AULD SCOTIA'S SANGS. Although the lays o' ither lands Ha'e mony an artfu' air, They want the stirrin' melody An auld man lo'es to hear.
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    • 1780, Robert Burns, Poems And Songs Of Robert Burns[4]:
      "An' may they never learn the gaets, Of ither vile, wanrestfu' pets-- To slink thro' slaps, an' reave an' steal At stacks o' pease, or stocks o' kail!
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