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il·ka

 (ĭl′kə) also ilk (ĭlk)
adj. Scots
Each; every.

[Middle English ilk a, each one : ilk (variant of ech, each; see each) + a, one, a; see a2.]

il•ka

(ˈɪl kə)

adj. Chiefly Scot.
every; each.
[1150–1200; Middle English; orig. phrase ilk a each one. See ilk2, a1]
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Doon, laich doon the Dullan sings - An' I ken o' an aul' sauch tree, Where a wee loon's wahnie's hingin' yet That's dead in Picardy; An' ilka win' fae the Conval's broo Bends aye the buss o' ern, Where aince he futtled a name that noo I'll read on the Soldiers' Cairn.
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Yorkshire is celebrated not just round 'ere but as far away as New Zealand, where expatriate Tykes eat Yorkshire pudding and sing Ilka Moor Baht 'At.
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A catalogue of the fragments from Room N accompanies the study, as do two appendices: the first on the analysis results of the painting technology by Ann Brysbaert, and the second documenting the restoration process by Ilka Weisser.