Scottie

[ US /ˈskɑti/ ]
NOUN
  1. old Scottish breed of small long-haired usually black terrier with erect tail and ears
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  • When I wrote that “news-sheet” with events left out, you know: the letter that puzzled you, + headed it “Scottie Loses Head”, it was because I saw it coming. A Life in Letters
  • How did such a little Scottie dog make such a loud woof?
  • Scottie is still wearing the rubber jointed pelham he likes so much, but the bit converters that handled the bit and curb chain via a single rein had been taken off, and a thinner rein had been buckled to the lower ring to control the curb chain through a lever action. great scott
  • Zelda built an extremely elaborate doll's house for Scottie, which she painted, wallpapered, and furnished, even going so far as to glaze the windows.
  • On the starship Enterprise, all Captain Kirk and his ‘Star Trek’ crew just have to signal Scottie the engineer to beam them up with the pull of a lever.
  • Enclosed is Scottie’s little story—she had just read Gertrude Stein’s Melanctha on my recommendation and the influence is what you might call perceptible. A Life in Letters
  • The Scottie makes a fine watchdog and is completely loyal and loving.
  • Matthews is still steaming from the Hottie Center Fold Senator Scottie Brown in the Full Monty. Think Progress » Matthews Tells Congressman Grayson That He Doesn’t Represent ‘The Real World Of Congress’
  • This spectatorship, however - both Scottie's and the audience's - pivots on its dual nature: the act of looking is itself both active and passive at the same time.
  • This was another night to greet Scottie Pippen with a constant chorus of boos every time he touched the ball.
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