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A Yorkshire way-bit. A large overplus. Ask a Yorkshireman the distance of any place, and he will reply so many miles and a way-bit (wee-bit); but the way-bit will prove a frightful length to the traveller who imagines it means only a little bit over. The High-landers say, “A mile and a bittock, ” which means about two miles.
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