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1. Steven has a Glaswegian accent.
2. We saw Norman Maclean, the Hebridean Glaswegian, being lauded for his many-faceted talents.
3. My good friend Dave, formerly the Glaswegian Miserablist, tries to help out. "Come join me at Ibrox, the home of fair-play and sportsmanship."
4. None of the regulars batted an eyelid, but the sweaty faces of the dance-crazy Glaswegians fell. 2.30?
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5. From his first sip of welfare orange juice, he was cut out to be a professional Glaswegian.
6. Silent Scream attempts to do the same for Larry Winters, a Glaswegian murderer who waxed poetic behind bars before topping himself.
7. Around the time of the book's release a young Glaswegian was enjoying similar early success, as manager of the then Scottish First Division champions, St Mirren.
8. He loved my way with art history. I loved his Glaswegian accent.
9. Glasgow and Edinburgh are even closer, but the short vowels of Edinburgh's accent become the trailing cadences of Glaswegian speech in the space of 40 miles(65Km).
10. Maybe he's glad I'm back to renew our rivalry - because we're Glaswegian.
11. He loved my way with art history. I loved his Glaswegian accent. We ended up at his hotel.
12. Not quite sure how Google worked that out, but I'm sure my Glaswegian accent wasn't taken in to account when Google did voice trials.
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