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a kitchen servant employed to do menial tasks (especially washing)

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he asked, when the scullion was brought before him.
But one night, as she lay in bed weeping, an angel appeared to her and bade her sorrow no more, for it was no scullion that she had wed, but a king's son.
The kitchen was crowded with excited scullions, one of whom kicked him.
Think you that we who serve Creighton Sahib need strange scullions to help us through a big dinner?
So guards, scullions, maitres d'hotel, and pages having passed, they resumed their places at the table; and the sun, which, through the window-frame, had for an instant fallen upon those two charming countenances, now only shed its light upon the gilliflowers, primroses, and rosetree.
Within the great enclosure thrived a fair sized town, for, with his ten hundred fighting-men, the Outlaw of Torn required many squires, lackeys, cooks, scullions, armorers, smithies, farriers, hostlers and the like to care for the wants of his little army.
But the home side equalised in 65 minutes when Scullion drilled home.
Queenslands Minister for Housing Mick de Brenni has today, on the tenth anniversary of the Rudd Governments Apology to Indigenous Australians, called on Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion to come clean about remote indigenous housing funding.
Scullion LAW has launched its annual Free-Will campaign in aid of Marie Curie; it is part of the law firm's continued commitment to the community in recognition of the"great work Marie Curie do for those living with a terminal illness".
LARNE winger David Scullion is dreaming of more Irish Cup glory, three seasons after his decisive strike won the trophy for Glentoran.
JON SCULLION says it was a "no-brainer" to drop down to the juniors after the Kilbirnie striker stole the show on his league debut.
GLENTORAN 1 Scullion 55 PORTADOWN 0 GLENTORAN'S young guns have come of age.
Daniel Scullion, who used to own the Three Wheat Heads Inn, in Thropton, Northumberland, gave a reading of more than three times the drink drive limit when he was arrested after the accident.
Dean Scullion, 25, from Normanby, was under a suspended prison sentence for carrying a knife when he stabbed the friend of many years in a street in Grangetown on the evening of July 20.
Jim Duffy hailed his mean Morton defence and debut hero Jon Scullion after they saw off 10–man Forfar.