Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

from 1976 supplement

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CRAWICK GRAY, n.comb. The name of variety of curling-stone (see quot.). Sc. 1874 Channel-Stane (1883) I. 22:
Metal of a grey description also abounded in the beds of the streams, particularly in Crawick. These were called “Crawick Greys,”and were very keen.

[From Crawick Water in Dmf.]

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