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Toward the end of February, Claire invited Laurie over to her house for coffee and scones.
Already the country was in eager expectation, and Bruce and the Bishop proceeded boldly to Scone.
Salemina always describes a Scotch scone as an aspiring but unsuccessful soda-biscuit of the New England sort.
"Presently, dearie, but you must drink your tea and eat this little bit of scone first," Mrs. Ross said.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
Kenneth, the second son of Alpin, having enlarged his dominions by the conquest of the Picts, transferred the stone to Scone.
I ordered a glass of cold milk and a scone for myself and a pint of hot milk to replenish baby's bottle.
The support of the two bishops enabled Bruce to be crowned on March 25 at Scone.
"Up," she demanded, when the potman returned, carrying a mug of milk and a very large scone.
Instead of rising, he proclaimed aloud that this was funnier even than England's pronunciation of the word 'scone.'
Buck Mulligan slit a steaming scone in two and plastered butter over its smoking pith.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE

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