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  • At the battle of the White Hill (1620) the Bohemian Protestants were routed; the Brethren were driven from their homes; the Polish branch wis absorbed in the Reformed Church of Poland; and then many fled, some to England, some to Saxony, and some even to Texas.
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  • Soon after, while marching from Lynn towards Wis Death of John.
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  • I wis ower young, an Dublin wis ower auld.
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  • The fite bawd wis an albino - nae common, bit ye heard o sic things.
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  • Sel tocht it wis, bi lug it wis, bit neen the waur o that!
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  • It wis a sair fecht fer me fer ma uncle wis the dominie an we bided wi him.
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  • Everybody hoped it wis never, fur the team's sake.
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  • He felt he wis in some kinna chaumer an the souch o the place wis gey misty lik haein a haar inside the hoose.
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  • The maist unusual place I've written a poem wis in the crypt unner an auld kirk in Prague in the Czech Republic.
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  • He wis only a laddie at the time, an Badger wid whiles tak him oot for a nicht at the rabbits.
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  • If ye ever wonder whitâs wrang wi yer mither, like whey sheâs nae sense, jist mind she wis a lassie yince.
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  • I gaed tae the claes shoap tae buy a strippit sark, I wis tryin it on when the haill place gaed dark.
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  • This wis a big fightin ' tower, It's in ma toon.
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  • He wis a man, an no mickle waur nor maist, bit he wis nae help tae the lan in the end.
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  • If I wis a young Disraeli, Da wis mair like William Wallace.
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  • I wis ower young, an Dublin wis ower young, an Dublin wis ower auld.
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  • Miller: An far wis you fan the hen wanted help tae tak the corn tae me?
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  • And here wis me thinkin ' mod wis a movement comprised ay working class folk.
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  • He felt, no doubt, that the object of epic poetry was not to teach moral lessons or doctrines of faith, but to depict the good and bad tendencies of the human mind, the struggles and passions of men; and indeed in the whole range of Persian literature only Firdusi and Fakhr-uddin As`ad Jorjani, the author of the older epopee Wis u.
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  • This wis a big fightin ' tower, It 's in ma toon.
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  • Oor tap sellin shop thae last twa year wis [CENSORED: companyname] Post Office wi sales o ower five hunner cairds.
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  • Ye ken fine I wis twa miles awa at the Academy fin it happened.
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  • It wis new tae me, tho, an thanks, Bill.
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  • We used tae do Crosby Stills and Nash, The Eagles, ( Desperado), He wis jist Magic that guy !
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  • A wis talkin aboot they 3 legged pots you know the anes the cook the Missionaries in !
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  • The Earl o Moray took ower the kingdom an gart peer Mary sign a paper tae say she wis nae langer in pooer.
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  • It wis great, it sat bang in the middle of the hut.
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  • I mind in the early seventies when there wis...
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  • Ma faither wis aye efter us nae tae spik Scots.
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  • There wis a lot of drunkenness in the streets.
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  • He never talked aboot it, wis still the same auld da, gaun tae his work, cairryin on in the hoose.
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  • She kent that the wye tae learn history wis tae play it oot.
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  • On the same day (13th of May) a mutiny at Karlsruhe forced the grand-duke to take to flight, and the next day he wis followed by the ministers, while a committee of the diet under Lorenz Brentano (1813-1891), who represented the more moderate Radicals as against the republicans, established itself in the capital to attempt to direct affairs pending the establishment of a provisional government.
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