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you little scallywag

An expression of dismay after someone (the "scallywag") has done something surprising or has misbehaved in some way. I can't believe you got into my make-up drawer, you little scallywag!
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Last night lawyers for the now defunct Scallywag said the magazine's publishers and the estate of its late editor were considering what action they could take following the disclosure of his affair with Mrs Currie.
The presence of Scallywag in the case, said the London libel lawyer, may make the outcome "slightly less predictable.
45 (440m): Tarquinn (4), Diamond Girl (5), Half Tail (7), Jenny Wren (7), Scallywag Don (8), Refuse To Lose (11).
Scots-born Stephen, 47, and wife Janis began Scallywags agency 15 years ago as a part-time operation run from their home in Ilford, Essex.
15 (260m): Findley, Magner's Rebel, Scallywag Pip, Mulberry, Brierville Winnie.
Mr Neal said the financial cost of the settlement to the New Statesman was ``devastating'', and the satirical Scallywag was forced to fold.
In January 1993, Mr Major served a libel writ on the now defunct satirical magazine Scallywag after it printed an article wrongly linking him to Clare Latimer, who supplied food for events at Number 10.
The actor, who plays streetwise scallywag "Lip" Gallagher in the hit Channel 4 series, was involved in an early-morning fracas in a car park.
Lyrical wda staff expressed their anger over Assembly mergers with a song inspired by scallywag rappers Goldie Lookin Chain.
Disagreement was rare, though Lewis believes he should have provided Hobbs with a British Classic winner when the giant grey Scallywag tackled the 1976 St Leger.
It was the major shareholder behind Scallywag magazine when it claimed that Mr Major was having an affair with a Downing Street caterer Clare Latimer in the early 1990s.
By A Scallywag, via email Michael's Poem NO MAN'S land a place full of fear Killing the innocent who were so dear Poppies are growing watered by tears Between the crosses that grow every year The rear end of guns shot about a million times a year While the families at home all shed a tear This is why we wear poppies on Remembrance Day, to remember those who fought for today Lest we forget At the rising of the sun And the dawn of the day We will remember them who love us dear by Michael Bradin, aged 10
scallywag will have made off with your tent and all its contents - three barrack busters, 48 cans of Milwaukee and a red shoe - before you can put them to good use.
Stephen Robinson, 49, and his son Gary - a Royal Marine on leave from Afghanistan - set off in heavy storms on Saturday afternoon to try to secure Mr Robinson's boat, the Scallywag Too.
Likeable 24-year-old Jack is, says commanding officer Major Martin David "a bit of a scallywag back here but a very capable soldier in the field.