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Spell check of scotch

Correct spelling: scotch

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Examples of usage:

1) Note the number of wailing poems in Irish and Scotch literature where the death of a husband in war, or the loss of love, plays a part. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

2) Here, according to Scotch tradition Arthur and Mordred met. - "Cornwall", G. E. Mitton.

3) Yes, with the man in Scotch trousers. - "Monsieur Cherami", Charles Paul de Kock.