In St Andrews he taught "John's Gospel" and a certain catechism - probably that which Wishart had got from "Helvetia" and translated; but his teaching was supposed to be private and tutorial and for the benefit of his friends' "bairns."
It would appear that women who chew gum throughout their pregnancy are most at risk from having bouncy bairns.
The call up of male teachers had left the bairns bereft of a referee.
Yes we could use it to keep the bairns away from the firer.
You're wrong Michael: Oh, man, what about mothers with pushchairs and little bairns and that, you know?
Daniel comes to play with Scott and they are quickly joined outside by the other bairns visiting the shop.
bairns o ' Adam:the story of the STUC, Edinburgh: Polygon, 1997.
Although they were noble, they liked tae caper jist like ony ither bairns.
GunlÃ¶d: Ye ir richt Ã¢ we war bairns than.
How far I succeeded I can only leave the audience or reader of Klytemnestra's bairns to judge.
Craig Reid bagged two goals and an unnamed Nigerian grabbed another as the Bairns romped home as too-easy winners in the one-sided contest.
drear stormy days in winter when there was no transport of any kind for country bairns.
pantry door will be locked on the bairns in appearance ere long; 1637 Rutherford Lett.
rehearseile in the hall, the bairns were rehearsing for the concert on Friday.
It recently revised an anthology Burns for Bairns mainly for the purpose of its recitation competitions.
Meanwhile in the hall, the bairns were rehearsing for the concert on Friday.
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