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scally

(ˈskælɪ)
n, pl -lies
dialect Northwest English a rascal; rogue
[C20: from scallywag]
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MORTON v AYR UNITED NEIL SCALLY insists Ayr are ready to grab a relegation lifeline when they face Morton today.
Leeds Crown Court heard Joshua Scally was seen by officers on the afternoon of April 10 because he was wearing no seat belt in his Mercedes vehicle in Huddersfield Road, Ravensthorpe.
But three senior judges disagreed and fined her for the nuisance terrier, which was said to have made neighbours' lives a misery, The dog, named Scally, went berserk with "separation anxiety" every time Mrs Waring's daughter, Kim Eacott, went out.
NEW YORK: G Joyce (Dwn); R McGinley (Tyr), G McCartan (Dwn), K Quinn (Dwn); B Gibbons (May), K Scally (W'm), C Maginn (Dwn); A Hope (Dub), B Connor (Off); R Wherity (Don), N McFeely (Der), D Freeman (Mon); JJ Matthews (Lng), PJ Banville (Wex), G O'Driscoll (Ker).
Mark Scally says the difficulty of finding clothes that fit has become so dire that, before the state funeral of a former prime minister this year, soldiers had to scramble to borrow colleagues' uniforms, switching labels and rank badges to assemble an honor guard.
Also, the words antwacky, scally and divi are not new, with antwacky being Liverpudlian for antique and scally being short for scallywag.
Jon Scally was given the brush–off by Asda after his Mini was damaged in a drivethrough car wash.
Scally s SuperValu supermarket in Clonakilty is investing A' m in a 100pc gluten-free production facility, making around five full-time jobs.
And chairman Paul Scally has seen enough to call off his search and appoint Taylor on a full-time basis until May at least.
However, it was not good enough for Gills chairman Paul Scally, who has axed the 48-yearold former Brentford and Notts County chief after 16 months in charge.
THE 28 Accrington Stanley supporters who travelled to Gillingham were given food for thought by home chairman Paul Scally.