10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CAA CANNY»
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Ayont a halesome discipleen, caa canny wi yer ainsel. Ye ir a bairn o the
universe nae less nor the trees an the starns, ye hae a richt tae bide here. An
whuther or no it's clair til you, athoot doot the univairse is unfauldin as it suid dae.
Sae be ...
The Clydesdale Stud-book. ...
17,642, 17,734, 17,737, (13,377) Caa Canny (3476). m. 9706, p. 77 ; 17,650
Cadder Chief (1601). m. 18,335 - Cadder Cult (13,393) - - - 721 Cairnbrogie (116
). 01.(13,549) Cairnbrogie Chieftain (11,291) c, p. 31 ; f. 15,169, p. 126; 17,269.
Clydesdale Horse Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 1907
American Clydesdale Stud Book
ROSEBUD 12049. Two front feet white, left hind foot white, stripe in face. Foaled
Oct. 12, 1904. Bred and owned by John Hamilton, Lancaster, ЛVis. Sire, Caa
Canny (3476), by Macgregor (1487). Dam, Duchess of the Fort 9350, by Duke of
Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society
Wisconsin State Agricultural Society. Caa Canny (3476). Property of Archie Reid,
Janesville, Wis. The time is at hand for farmers to think deeply.
Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, 1889
Wisconsin State Agricultural Society. Caa Canny (3476).— Imported Clydesdale
Stallion, property of I. L. Hoover, Clinton, Wis, couldn't live on any longer; and yet
all through the.
Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, 1890
The Dark O' the Moon: A Novel
... caa' canny, wi' your English assurance ! I can tell ye, my man, I hae gotten
brisker laddies than you cashiered for less !" " I do not give a candle-end," said
the soldier, " for a score of provosts, with all their councils at their tails (and not a ...
Samuel Rutherford Crockett, 1902
The Wolfclaw Chronicles
Vodka for Ivan, orange juice for Vratchken, whisky and chaser for the Gaels.' He
returned with the drinks. 'Quorum?' 'Three.' 'Voting?' 'Majority. Consensus not
likely here.' 'New members?' 'Caa canny. In time, maybe.' I offered more. 'I see 46
Shetland Sketches and Poems: Including Peerie Aandrew, Or, ...
Mary'll caa canny ; an' if a' da idder pairts o' da wheel keeps richt an' rins aisy, da
wheelbaand '11 had oot till shu gets anidder aen ; but if a stick comes, da
wheelbaand '11 laekly snap. Noo, my boys, its you an' aens laek you 'at's makin'
James John Haldane Burgess, 1800
Charlie ! willie : Nou, caa canny. Canny, boys. Are the polis there ? hughie : No
many. pat : It wis sudden, like. I've never seen any o them afore. hughie : Hard
men. Bastarts. Listen tae me, Willie Rough, you get doun that yard at wance,
John Courtenay Trewin, 1974
Scots plays of the seventies
No, Charlie. It's no you that's wantit. Charlie! WILLIE Nou, caa canny. Canny,
boys. Are the polis there? HUGHIE No many. PAT It wis sudden, like. I've never
seen any o them afore. HUGHIE Hard men. The bastarts. Listen tae me, Willie
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Court round up
... for Llewellyn to wake up in a police cell with no recollection of what had happened and that he needed to “caa canny” with his drinking. «Shetland News, Jul 13»