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GUEST,Tam Gaelic for please be quiet? (61* d) RE: Gaelic for please be quiet? 29 Sep 08

Thanks, Santa for your reply. However I think you mean that within England the phrase "the North East" without further qualification can reasonably be taken as meaning that of England. The bible for Scottish tradional students is called Folk Songs of the North East and does not refer to England. The assumption that we're always meaning England in our discussions here in the UK is one of arrogance.

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