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Re: [existlist] Co-là-breith Sona

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  • Peter Ciccariello
    Mary, Here s tae us; wha s like us? Gey few, and they re a deid. - Scottish Toast, probably of 19th-century origin. The first line appears in T. W. H.
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 1, 2006
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      Mary,

      "Here's tae us; wha's like us?
      Gey few, and they're a' deid."
      - Scottish Toast, probably of 19th-century origin.
      The first line appears in T. W. H. Crosland The Unspeakable Scot

      -Peter Ciccariello



      On 10/1/06, Mary <agignesthai@...> wrote:
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      > To the fifty and sixty-somethings amongst us:
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      > "They talk of my drinking but never my thirst." - Scottish proverb
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      > Sláinte!
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