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Also missing from the Sottish Open will be Martin Kaymer, whose mother died from cancer.
Crawford excels at capturing the rhythms of life at Monticello, punctuated as they were by discord and disease, by debts no honest man could pay, by sottish in-laws and roistering Randolph relatives.
In Scotland, between 1999 and 2002, as the new Sottish Parliament was developing housing legislation, it was also facilitating the largest transfer of housing yet to happen in Britain, namely the disposal of Glasgow's 86,000 public housing units.
I had made up my mind to consult Hancock--I should have preferred Bell but he takes his glass and has grown sottish.
Having abused Mary's mother into the grave, her father succumbed to sottish drink.
held therefore by some proud, soft, sottish, or half mad, as the Abderites esteemed Democritus; and yet of a deep reach, excellent apprehension, judicious, wise and witty (Burton, 1997: I.
Although London has been regarded as the centre for the production of scientific instruments, Alison Morrison-Low's study of the contribution made by Sottish instrument makers suggests that their work cannot be excluded from any assessment of the role of these artisans in the Enlightenment.
The price includes a four-course dinner each evening, full Sottish breakfast and a round of golf on the Ailsa Open Championship Course.
Bhoys' Bobby Petta predicts Sottish Premier League win No 12 and says: "Then we can think in terms of winning the championship.
if this sottish [sic] people had not, without any provocation, but of their own folly and barbarity, with that bloody prologue engaged again the three kingdoms in a raging and devouring war; so that though Scotland blew the first trumpet, it was Ireland that drew the first blood; and if they had not at that time rebelled, and in that manner, it is very probable all the miseries which afterwards befell the King and his dominions had been prevented.
And just as the Evangelist advises that "there is nothing in all this noise, that thou hast heard of sottish men, but a design to beguile thee of thy salvation," so, too, we may do well to ask whether all this noise about civility is anything more than a design to turn us away from that concern with justice which lies at the heart of any "Enlightenment project" worth defending.
But Labour's much reduced majority in the first Sottish by-election of this Parliment (in Paisley) warned of the risks to come.