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Synonyms for Scotswoman

a woman who is a Scot

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A SUPERFIT Scotswoman is running non-stop around America for an incredible FOUR months.
The bubbly Scotswoman was let loose on the capital's high street shops as part of the Channel Four programme Gok's Fashion Fix.
The Scotswoman and mother of three, who is still only in her early thirties, established Ultimo in 1999 after creating the gel-filled cleavage enhancing bra.
The Scotswoman, who invented the gel-filled Ultimo bra in 1999 and developed it into a multimillion pound business, was speaking at a Women in Business lunch held by Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce at the Macdonald Ansty Hall Hotel.
Kate Cullen became the first Scotswoman to win a Commonwealth cycling medal when she took bronze in the points race.
A profound sense of humanity and irony distinguish this Scotswoman as one of the finest and most idiosyncratic writers to make her mark in recent years.
While trying to keep their balance on uneven trackside gravel the officers managed to pin the drunken 37-year-old Scotswoman against a fence and hold her there as the train roared by.
I suggested that one edition of the paper should be written, produced and edited by the women on the paper and published as the Scotswoman on International Women's Day, 1994.
In the forthcoming movie she plays a Scotswoman who becomes a spy for the French Resistance during the second world war.
He was born in Walsall in 1965 to Scotswoman Margaret Pusey and her boyfriend Clement Price - a Jamaican who disappeared before his son even knew his name.
He's also attached to direct the WWII pic "Charlotte Gray" -- about a young Scotswoman who joins the French resistance -- which is based on Sebastian Faulk's bestseller of the same name.
A SCOTSWOMAN has been named SEAT Service Adviser of the Year after a gruelling selection process at the company HQ.
They're just more trouble than they're worth" Jessie Gallan, 109-year-old Scotswoman on her secret for a long life "The political genius of this polymath came with a steel-reinforced constitution.
The Scotswoman responded that the meaning of banter was "playful, intelligent, original", adding "calling me a cripple.
The 11-member troupe, from Essex, said the Scotswoman, long time favourite to win the competition, was even more magnanimous backstage than she was in front of the cameras.