stottie

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stottie

(ˈstɒtɪ) or

stotty

n
(Cookery) dialect Northeast English a wedge of bread cut from a flat round loaf (stottie cake) that has been split and filled with meat, cheese, etc
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Four-year-old William Stotty, his number one fan, beamed with joy when he talked to Danny and told his mum: 'He's just like me!'' Danny told how he reached out because bullies had taunted him about his looks.
NO1 FAN William Stotty in his T-shirt " He told how presenter Carol Vorderman, whose brother has a cleft lip, had sent him a "wonderful" message of support.
David Stotty wrote on Facebook: "Terrible to find out it was Gary Cooke found and after so long as well.
In their second game of the night Fringe FC beat Where's Stotty in a 17-16 humdinger.
Three things I miss: I miss the stotty cakes my gran made, my mum saying "eeh hinny" and the neverending humor in all situations.
''Stotty's record is something I targeted a couple of years ago and would love to get it if selected."
Stand up for your own area by all means, but wake up and smell the stotty cakes.
It didn't take much to make us happy - that andahot stotty on the way home and we were in heaven.
Amongst their well known products are baps, bread rolls and Stotty Cake - a round flat bread that is a speciality of the North-East where they are located.
Elsewhere in the Championship, Huyton Hotspurs defeated Where's Stotty 13-10 to continue their recent good form.