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Synonyms for Scottish

the dialect of English used in Scotland

of or relating to or characteristic of Scotland or its people or culture or its English dialect or Gaelic language

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Scottish Re managers talk about the restructuring plan in Chapter 11 reorganization pleadings they filed Sunday in the U.
Made up of 50 million from Scottish Enterprise and 50 million from the European Investment Fund (EIF), the Programme is expected to lever over 100 million from fund managers across Europe for investment in Scottish companies.
The rewritten constitution, dubbed Murphy's Law, describes Scottish Labour as "a democratic socialist party" that will work for the "patriotic interest of the people of Scotland".
This issue of Scottish Literary Review features a very welcome treatment of Thomas Hudson, artist-courtier in the circle of James VI.
There is a need for honesty in the white paper the Scottish government will publish at the end of November 2013 outlining the future of an independent Scotland, according to critics at the Scottish Affairs Committee.
DOUGLAS Millican has been appointed chief executive of Scottish Water.
1983 ABERDEEN Scottish Cup, European Cup Winners Cup, European Super Cup
A new entrant into the Scottish cheese market is hoping to boost sales by appealing to the patriotism of the Scottish people.
IF INVESTORS FAIL TO APPROVE A financing deal Scottish Re Group Ltd.
The annual event, which pays tribute to the achievements of Scottish and Scottish Americans, this year honored the prominent international businessman, Euan Baird.
The race for Scottish Power intensified yesterday amid reports that neighbour Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE) was considering a possible merger.
But the biggest reservation about this book is that despite its title, the author focuses primarily on Glasgow, which he argues, convincingly, was the centre of Scottish music hall.
The unfortunate paucity of personal diaries and other private sources requires greater dependence on institutional records such as the minutes of various Baptist union bodies, but an alternative, though complementary, account from the period comes from the independently controlled periodical, the Scottish Baptist Magazine (SBM).
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