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Land-flesh, n. [Land n.1 9 b.] Butcher-meat from the country: see Land-flescheourn. — 1550 (c 1650) Dundee B. Laws 13.
That no flescher in brugh nor land bring blawin flesh. And that all land flesh be put at once to the mercat

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