ither

ither

(ˈɪðər)
determiner
a Scot word for other
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And by and by she gived me such a swate smile, from one ind of her mouth to the ither, that it made me as bould as a pig, and I jist took hould of the ind of her little finger in the most dillikitest manner in natur, looking at her all the while out o' the whites of my eyes.
If the Deil did have any luggage aboord the ship, I'm thinkin' it was nane ither than that same
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 24 (ANI): In the wake of Prime Minister Narendra Modi breaking his silence on multiple bank frauds plaguing the Indian economy, the Congress Party on Saturday lashed out at saying the former should answer why the frauds took place in the first place, among ither questions.
It will be worthwhile to study the adjuvant role of TNA along with ither treatment like HQ, triple/double combination formula, chemical peeling or lasers/IPL in the treatment of resistant melasma.
ither way, you should be involved in negotiations or some sort of cost cutting exercise.
ither ed d There's no way City should be scrabbling for a top-four slot with their squad and resources - the fact that they are is all down to boss man an Guardiola.
Next up, is it potato or portarto - and more importantly either or ither ?
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ither the 68-year-old is being admirably flexible, allowing himself to be guided by events rather than holding rigidly to a pre-determined plan, or he is freewheeling fast towards an unspecified destination.
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Let us begin at the beginning: since Leopold Lipman Zunz's "Etwas ither die rabbinische Litteratur" (1818) effectively defined Jewish literature as rabbinic literature the relationship of Bible studies and Jewish Studies has been a complicated one at the professional level and in the classroom.
Multilingual Matters, 1999); Frae Ither Tongues: Essays on Modern Translations into Scots, ed.