Scot.

Related to Scot.: scot free

Scot.

abbr.
1. Scotch
2. Scotland
3. Scottish
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Scot.

abbreviation for
1. (Brewing) Scotch (whisky)
2. (Placename) Scotland
3. (Placename) Scottish
4. (Peoples) Scottish
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References in classic literature ?
Kennedy's countenance strikingly recalled that of Herbert Glendinning, as Sir Walter Scott has depicted it in "The Monastery"; his stature was above six feet; full of grace and easy movement, he yet seemed gifted with herculean strength; a face embrowned by the sun; eyes keen and black; a natural air of daring courage; in fine, something sound, solid, and reliable in his entire person, spoke, at first glance, in favor of the bonny Scot.
Evidence found by Scotland Yard's counterterrorism squad after the Salisbury attack suggests Russian killers may have targeted others in the UK, including Scot.
In addition, SCOT debuts the RAD Software Suite, which is a collection of integrated software applications hosted in Microsoft's Azure Cloud services and allows immediate and mobile access to alerts and controls generated by SCOT.
Ross, 26, an outdoor instructor in Aviemore, said: "I am proud of being a Great Scot."
"For every two converted excavators we used to run, we now have one purpose-built Fuchs machine in its place," says Scot.
The Northwest Company that explored so much of Canada was founded by a Scot. Alexander Mackenzie first mapped the passage to the Pacific Ocean.
``It doesn't bother you on-set,'' insists Scot. ``It's the fact that it's captured for ever.
INSPIRATIONAL, incredible, outstanding - just some of the words our judges used to describe your nominations for the Sunday Mail Young Scot.
Sir William Wallace was an overwhelming choice as THE Greatest Scot. The film Braveheart and our new Scottish Parliament gave a legendary hero new life.
Former member Jimmy Jack, 92, said: "I'll be there to remember them and the experiences I had in my time as a proud Royal Scot."