Scottish may refer to something of, from, or related to Scotland, a country in northern Europe, part of the United Kingdom since 1707.
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... The 2002–03 Scottish Premier League was won by Rangers by a goal difference of 1 ... Hearts qualified for the UEFA Cup, as did Dundee, who took the Scottish Cup place despite losing the final against Rangers, who were also League Cup winners ... Motherwell were spared relegation, as Scottish First Division winners Falkirk's presentation of a groundshare proposal at Airdrie United's Excelsior ...
... The 2004–05 Scottish Premier League was won by Rangers ... Hibernian qualified for the UEFA Cup, as did Dundee United, who took the Scottish Cup place despite losing the final to Celtic ... Dundee were relegated, and Scottish First Division winners Falkirk were promoted ...
... Scottish cuisine Schottische, a dance Scottish (card game), a Shedding-type card game, also known as shirts and boots Scottish Crofting Foundation Scottish ...
... We can make a case that "Almont" is originally from Scottish derivation, referring to "auld mound", early burial hills that were landmarks in the Ayrshire region of Scotland ... Almont was the heart of a pioneering Scottish Settlement that formed in the 1830s (roughly 1830 to 1870) ... About 200 Scottish families left Ayrshire, Scotland and came to live in southeastern Michigan ...
... The 2003–04 Scottish Premier League was won by Celtic ... Hearts qualified for the UEFA Cup, as did Dunfermline Athletic, who took the Scottish Cup place despite losing the final to Celtic ... During the season, Celtic set a Scottish record of 25 successive wins ...
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“Well never know the worth of water till the well go dry.”
—18th-century Scottish proverb, collected in James Kelly, Complete Collection of Scottish Proverbs, no. 351 (1721)
“I have hardly begun to live on Staten Island yet; but, like the man who, when forbidden to tread on English ground, carried Scottish ground in his boots, I carry Concord ground in my boots and in my hat,and am I not made of Concord dust? I cannot realize that it is the roar of the sea I hear now, and not the wind in Walden woods. I find more of Concord, after all, in the prospect of the sea, beyond Sandy Hook, than in the fields and woods.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Our noble King, King Henery the eighth,
Ouer the riuer of Thames past hee.”
—Unknown. Sir Andrew Barton. . .
English and Scottish Ballads (The Poetry Bookshelf)