No wonder, therefore, that it could not be solved by the poor simple Scotswoman.
Scotsman recognized Scotswoman, and the bond between them tightened.
The stern Scotswoman felt something suddenly strike her heart.
She had told Mrs. MacFayden her intention, and had enlisted the warm interest of that motherly Scotswoman.
My grandmother was a Scotswoman, and though I have never been in your beautiful land, yet I have known many of your people.
He lived there with his wife, a charming little Scotswoman, and they both spoke Turkish like natives.
I told Mr. Yamasaki one day that there was an old Scotswoman who divided good people into "rael Christians and guid moral fowk."
The Scotswoman, who was brawny and muscular, accepted the compliment; moreover, she and Dick were great friends.
Then, brawny, big Scotswoman though she was, she quietly keeled over again.
It quite startled the old Scotswoman at first, it looked so like a fairy apparition, all in white, with a green coronet.