They tell me - the Sassenach
tell me - that in time I shall be able without a blush to make Albert say 'darling,' and even gather her up in his arms, but I begin to doubt it; the moment sees me as shy as ever; I still find it advisable to lock the door, and then - no witness save the dog - I 'do' it dourly with my teeth clenched, while the dog retreats into the far corner and moans.
1 skein Himalayan Trail by Bijou Basin Ranch, 75% yak, 25% merino (200 yds/56g) in color Sassenach
His plan to go down in history as the man who removed "the Sassenach
yoke" in an act of selfglorification founded as a result of the good sense of the Scottish people who preferred the continuing security of the 300 year plus union of the United Kingdom to the uncertainty of independence.
He said: "If you're a producer and you see some Sassenach
(English) products in the shop that's a business opportunity to replace that product.
This is in response to Darren Macleod, who for some strange reason wants to compare Andy Murray's rating in tennis to that of Mr Sassenach
in his field, whatever that may be.
GEORGE BURLEY, one of the most impressive managers in English club football in recent years, took a swipe at the Sassenach
game when he was unveiled as Scotland manager this week.
Haggis had to be the starter for a Sassenach
like myself, and it was superb.
Indeed it was the sight of White rearranging Sassenach
skeletons at Murrayfield last year that inspired his team to a famous victory.
1 squash player Peter Nicol ripped up his kilt and flogged off his bagpipes at the beginning of the year to become a fully-fledged Sassenach
Even when writing in English of England, like Sheridan, there is a definitely Irish element - in the ironies of language and situation, the pun and the caricature - which distinguishes the literature from the purely Sassenach
It is surely due to a malevolent Sassenach
proofreader that there is a reference to the Angus Dei (p.