Winter 2012 Lecture 03

Winter 2012 Lecture 03 - Scots Wha Hae North Sea Gas Scots...

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Scots, Wha Hae North Sea Gas Scots, who have with Wallace bled Scots, whom Bruce has often led Welcome to your gory bed Or to victory! Now's the day an' now's the hour See the front of battle lour See approach proud Edward's pow'r Chains and slavery! Who would be a traitor knave? Who would fill a coward's grave? Who so base as be a slave? Let him turn and flee! Who for Scotland's king an' law Freedom's sword would strongly draw Freeman stand and freeman fall Let him on with me! By oppression's woes and pains By your sons in servile chains We will drain our dearest veins But they shall be free. Lay the proud usurpers low! Tyrants fall in ev'ry foe Liberty's in every blow Let us do or die!
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Wednesday, January 11 th Add/Drop deadline is Wednesday, January 18th by 5:00 pm International Sections Available: Sections 62, 63, & 64 IMPORTANT: Correction to the syllabus Week two (January 9-13) it is also required of you to read the first chapter of City Upon a Hill Citizenship Project: Clear project with TA in labs this week! Important! Remember if you change your service throughout the semester students will have to clear it again through their TA or it may not be counted. NEXT WEEK : Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday No class on Monday, January 16th Wednesday, January 18th will be the only lecture time next week.
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