A Scot In The Dark

Author: Sarah MacLean
Publisher: Hachette UK
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. . The second in Sarah MacLean's sensational new Scandal & Scoundrels series . . . all the fun and guilty pleasure of celebrity gossip, with a Regency twist!

The Rogue Not Taken

Author: Sarah MacLean
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0349409730
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The first in Sarah MacLean's sensational new Scandal & Scoundrels series . . . all the fun and guilty pleasure of celebrity gossip, with a Regency twist!

Author: Anthony Horowitz
Publisher: Nanmeebooks
ISBN: 616041822X
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นักค้างานศิลปะผู้หนึ่งมาเยือนโฮมส์และวัตสันเพื่อขอให้เขาช่วยสืบคดีที่ตนถูกชายลึก ...

His Beguiling Match A Scoundrel Of Consequence The Bride Wore Scandal

Author: Helen Dickson
Publisher: Harlequin Enterpises AU
ISBN: 1489211489
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Helen Dickson. before she got to Scotland. Of course, we won't impose on you for
longer than is necessary.' 'You are not imposing. Hospitality is one of my strong
points.' 'Nevertheless, we'll be going home just as soon as Emma is fit to travel—
perhaps in a couple of days, so if you would be so kind as to ask Mama to send
Clem with the carriage, I would be grateful.' 'There won't be any need for that. I
shall see you get back to London myself.' As he left her, William reluctantly faced
the ...

Author: Clive Barker
ISBN: 9789747597684
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... 72 Sawbbatarian Sawneyism, 239 Sayings of the Fathers of the Dessert, 95
sceptical Beauty (The), 143 School for Scandal (The), 54 Scoundrels of the Stock
Exchange, 267 Seasonable Bear Story (A), 51 Seasonable Statistics, 10 Seceder
... 104 LARGE ENGRAVINGS:- ADMIRAL PUNch does Justice to Captain Wake,
37 Battle of the Rubric (The), 79 Business is Business, 167 Check to the King 233
Clearing the Barricade, 263 Con-ulting the Oracle, 199 Dark House (The), 211 ...

Scottish Dictionary And Supplement

Author: John Jamieson
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A vulgar term for a scoundrel ; a blackguard. BL ACK-AIRN, s. ... Used in
reference to shame, when it is so great as to produce deep blushing, or to
crimson the countenance, S. Somebody says to some fowk, we're to blame ; That
'tis a scandal and a black-burning shame To thole young callands thus to grow
sae snack. Ramsay's Poems, i. 285. At first view, the word might seem to be
formed from the dark complexion which the countenance assumes when covered
with shame. But it is ...

An Etymological Dictionary Of The Scottish Language

Author: John Jamieson
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Babbling. My mynd misty, ther may not mys ane fall; Stra for thys ignorant
blabering imperfite, Beside thy polist termes redymyte.—Doug. Virgil, 3,36.
BLABER, s. A kind of cloth imported from France. S. BLACK. To put a thing in
black and white. To write it. BLACK, s. A vulgar term for a scoundrel; a blackguard
. BLACK-AIRN, s. Malleable iron; in contradistinction to that which is tinned,
called White-airn. .S. BLACKAVICED, adj, Dark of the complexion, S.; from black
and Fr. vis, the visage.

The Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations

Author: Jehiel Keeler Hoyt
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64 a dark as s. metaphysic. . . . .457 m. fully in those sciences".....455 m keys of
Sciences....... . . . . S. and most of ... 87 l. with scandal and with scoff538.f Scoffer-
product of as.'s pen",429 x ... s .638 & the flowers of Scotland. . . . .218 c Scots-
cakes and brither Scots 116 n. S., wham Bruce has.... . . . 635 q S., wha hae wi"
Wallace...-635 q the Scots are poor, cries.... 116 p. Scottish—for some S. muse...
614 i Scoundrel-given them to. . . .643 last refuge of a scoundrel..468 w
scoundrel maxim .

The Progressive Supplemental Dictionary Of The English Language

Author: Samuel Fallows
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Scot o scope (skoYo-skOp), n. [Or. <t*oto5, dnrl ness, and o-kottcu, to look at.] An
old optical instn* meut intended to enable objects to be discerned ii the dark.
Pepyt. Scots (skotn). n. The Scotch dialect. Scots man (skOts'man), n. Same as
Scotchman, Scoilg (skug), n. [Icel. skuggi, Sw. skugga, shade, shadow.] Shade;
shelter; protection. 'Under tin ecoug of a whin-bush.* [Scotch.] Leightou Scoun
drel dom (skoun drel-dum), n. Thecho • acter, habits, or practices of a scoundrel ;
the rult of ...