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cauld

(kɔːld)
adj, n
a Scot word for cold
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Are ye to eat your meat by the cheeks of a red fire, and think upon this poor sick lad of mine, biting his finger ends on a blae muir for cauld and hunger?
Lord's sake, miss," he exclaimed "d'ye relly mean to offend yer stomach wi' cauld water--when there's wine to be had for the asking
Cauld House, Guyzance Bridge, Acklington, is for sale through Sanderson Young for a guide price of PS300,000, tel: 01665 600 170.
Even though it is early spring, the wind is so strong and the frost so biting that the narrator is forced to retire from the window of his study to his bedchamber: "Schouris [showers] of haill gart fra the north discend, / That scantlie fra the cauld I micht defend", he says (Testament, ll.
Contract Award Notice: The Scottish Ministers wish to engage a Contractor to design, purchase and install a fish counter system that can operate long-term at Murray Cauld on the River Ettrick (Tweed).
We are told early in the fable, for instance, "This rurall mous in to the winter tyde / Had hunger cauld, and tholit grit distress" [This country mouse in the winter-time had hunger, cold, and was affected with great distress] (169-70).
Far, far are the bonnie brown boats frae the bay, Cauld guests noo o' darkness and danger are they; The Night Pack is hunting the lads' lives again - Frae ruth o' the Sea-Wolf, Dear God, bield oor men.
This significant relationship showed that the experience acquired by the planting operator over time especially by taking into account the demands and requirements of customers and the need to meet customer demand was a factor that cauld improve the species richness of horticultural planting.
uk Quirky, scary, romantic and brave stories from Northumbrian folklore including: The Cauld Lad of Hylton Castlel; The Laidley Worm of Bamburgh; My 'Ainsel; and The Men of Lorbottle will be told through music, dance and puppets.
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Firstly, there is the general effect of drawing on a song to heighten the singer's spirits: 'It makes you feel--I've done it often myself, cauld, wet or mornings like this out in the tattie field.
Thus, in "The Eemis Stane" Fazzini renders the opening line "I' the how-dumb-deid o' the cauld hairst nicht" as "Nel silenzio vacuo e mortale / Della fredda notte autunnale," expanding one line into two.