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scally

(ˈskælɪ)
n, pl -lies
dialect Northwest English a rascal; rogue
[C20: from scallywag]
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The Scally Rally is a series of themed trips for cars costing less than pounds 100.
PAUL Scally says he will step down as Gillingham chairman if a suitable investor is in a position to take the club forward.
The pedestrian for all the world looking like a archetypical scally dressed in black track suit style bottoms, white vest and trainers, was involved with his mobile phone and was ignoring four-wheel drive man's rant.
I am a bit of a scally, like "Classic scally' Jamie Carragher The defender elbowed Van Persie a full 20 seconds after the ball had struck the back of the net.
The pfa has defended itself from fierce criticism over its loan to Cardiff City's after Gillingham chairman Paul Scally said it was against 'the spirit of the game.
He was stopped from going to home games at the club's Priestfield stadium in Kent by controversial millionaire chairman Paul Scally.
Liston will report directly to Musgrave Group MD Seamus Scally and will join the company on March 3.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally is waiting to hear whether Paul Gascoigne wants to join.
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FORMER Westmeath footballer Keith Scally will captain the New York footballers in this year's Championship.