`twarn't for crows then, for it brought the clegs
and the dowps to him.
A few summers ago in Knoydart, you could hear the shouts and yelps of walkers every few minutes as the clegs
bit through two or three layers of clothing.
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ANIMALS, INSECTS AND BIRDS: cleck 'to hatch', cleg
'a gadfly, horse-fly', cloe 'to claw', gait 'a boar, hog', gimmer 'a kind of a ewe', ginners 'the gills of a fish', hagworm 'an adder or viper', inmeat 'the internal parts or viscera of an animal which are used for food', lop 'a flea', maw 'a gull', mawk 'a maggot', rawn/rown 'the roe of a fish', skite 'to void excrement', steg 'a gander', tyke 'a dog, a mongrel', waithing 'fishing', yure 'an udder';
Although Tom keeps saying the mobster has the wrong man, like Spider's Dennis Cleg
, he is obviously bedeviled by the brutal awakening of his past.
(Ralph Fiennes) was sent to a public mental hospital after a tragic event when quite young.