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101.

Seanfhacal a tha a' dèanamh coimeas eadar cuid agus na ròin., 1968

Track ID : 102932

A proverb with a comparison of people to seals.

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102.

Abairt ghoirid. Tha am fiosraiche dhen bheachd gur e Donncha..., 1968

Track ID : 102939

A short saying ascribed to Duncan Bàn MacIntyre.

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103.

Deasbad mu na faclan Gàidhlig a bhithear a' cleachdadh airso..., 1968

Track ID : 102942

A discussion about the Gaelic words for 'diarrhoea'.

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104.

Tòimhseachain agus seanfhacail., February 1962

Track ID : 110419

Three Gaelic riddles and two proverbs. A' bho a mharbhadh air an t-Samhain, dh’fheannadh air a' Chàisg i, 's bha an fhuil bog blàth innte. - Buntàta. Ceithir na ruith, 's ceithir air chrith, ...

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James Taylor recalls the snowy winter of 1881, and a youthfu..., June 1955

Track ID : 2495

James Taylor recalls the snowy winter of 1881, and a youthful prank on his great grandmother, Eppie Thain. Eppie Thain, James Taylor's great grandmother, was a Gaelic speaker. She walked with a st...

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106.

Jack meets the challenge of composing an unguessable riddle...., 1955

Track ID : 11912

Jack meets the challenge of composing an unguessable riddle. Jack had a year and a day to make up a riddle that the King could not guess. He came up with this: Under the earth I go, On the oak ...

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107.

Fragment of a horseman's toast 'Corn mills and whisky stills..., January 1952

Track ID : 9834

Fragment of a horseman's toast, 'Corn mills and whisky stills'.

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108.

Two toasts: one beginning 'Here's to the oak' and the other..., January 1952

Track ID : 9870

Two toasts: one beginning 'Here's to the oak' and the other 'Here's to the maiden'.

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109.

John Strachan thought it scandalous for church choirs to sin..., 1952

Track ID : 10131

John Strachan thought it scandalous for church choirs to sing rough words to the paraphrase tunes when they were rehearsing.

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110.

A toast by Sandy Irvine., October 1953

Track ID : 3466

A toast by Sandy Irvine. The speaker once loved a girl at the Pole Hotel, but went off her when he discovered she was too fond of drink.

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