Scallywags


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Scallywags

(alternatively “scalawags”) White Southerners who supported Black emancipation and the Republican Party.
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To an onlooker they would be a lot of profane scallywags without a redeeming point.
I only still live of all that brave, mad, scallywag ship's company .
'You're the young turnip-headed scallywag at the farm.'
Staff at Scallywags, near Dunnet, and Bower Busy Bees were told in June that they would not be reopening after the summer following the decision to withdraw Highland Council funding.
Plans have been submitted which would see Scallywags Day Nursery in Pentre Maelor demolished, with seven homes built in its place.
"I think those who are engaged in kidnappings, whether it's the ninja police or the scallywags, I will now raise the amount to P5 million per ninja cop," Duterte said, using local slang for rogue policemen involved in drug shakedowns, kidnapping, drug trafficking, illegal gambling protection rackets and other illegal activities.
"Others, like I was when I was a kid, are scallywags but boxing helps to keep them off the streets."
And when he sees drug-dealing going on but the police fail to do anything about it, he decides to tackle the 'scallywags' himself.
SIR - When you deal with scallywags, what they say is of little relevance, what they omit to say is far more important.
SCALLYWAGS INDOOR PLAY, FORT SHOPPING PARK Scallywags offers slides, climbing areas, places to run and crawl plus a sensory toddler and baby area for really little ones.
A COMMUNITY of lovable scallywags including Murray French (Brendan Gleeson) attempt to con a doctor into staying in their fishing village in a comedy so light it's in danger of blowing away.
But thanks to his love of his family, and a few catcalls from scallywags on the street, Marc found the courage to confront his demons.