A Corpus of 21st Century Scots Texts

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Thomson, Mark Bard fae thi buildin site, (Luath 2007) Lallans - Dundee, poetry
that izna recognised beh thi on page 16

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McHardy, Stuart Speakin o Dundee: Tales Tellt Aroun the Toun, (Luath 2010) Lallans - Dundee, prose
m back tae Cooper's house. He recognised the baith o the Americans an on page 27

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Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 178, (self-published 2008) Lallans, newspaper
professional fowk can aye be recognised bi hou weel they can speak En
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Elphinstone Institute Aiberdeenshire Cooncil – Scots Leid Guidelines, (Aberdeenshire Council 2017) Doric, government
ang, poetry an scrievin, an a recognised feature o the wey we express
digenous leids o Scotland, as recognised by the Cooncil o Europe Chart
he classroom. Larners maun be recognised for being bilingual an win th
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McAlpine, Joan Meeting of the Parliament, (The Scottish Parliament 2019) Lallans, government
e it should be: an officially recognised national language. In 2001, t
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Leslie, Debbie Bittie aboot oor Doric dialect, (Doric Future 2020) Doric - Inverurie, blog
needs te be raised – te be recognised, respectit, validatit an, mai
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Fairnie, Robert Scots Tung WITTINS Nummer 142, (self-published 2005) Lallans, newspaper
Nice wis twa-leidit. A recognised the French nae bother, but th
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Tait, John M Shaetlan is Daed - Lang live Dialect, (Shetland Dialect Conference 2004 2004) Shetland, prose
t as a language if hit haes a recognised written form. On da idder haa
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Young, Clive Creative Scotland an the sowl o Scots, (The Sair Fecht 2016) Lallans, blog
hey ken fine weel Scots β€œis recognised as a language in its own righ
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Occurrences on Scots Twitter

@ionafyfe tweeted in Lallans
guage is legitimately legally recognised and protected! #oorvyce(2020)

@kennethbryce184 tweeted in Lallans
great 2 b recognised again and involved with local (2020) twitter link

@tattooedselkie tweeted in Shetland
wi his sash on an the barmaid recognised whit he wis up tae immediatel(2021)

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