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The boar is also found in the arms of Swinburne, Swinton, Swinney, &c.Records of Woodhall Spa and Neighbourhood
J. Conway Walter
Nothing, however, can be inferred from a title-page of Swinney's.
He felt of her muscles, and carefully scrutinized her for swelling or swinney or splint or spavin or thoroughpin.Vandemark's Folly
During the latter years of his life, however, he resided with Mr. and Mrs. Swinney, reaching the ripe old age of eighty-one years.
In politics Mr. Swinney has always been an advocate of democratic principles but has never been an office seeker.
- John (Ramsay). born 1964, Scottish politician; leader of the Scottish National Party (2000–04); Scottish government finance minister from 2007