a) 'Now take Wukki'n steelworkers. They differ in using...slangy terms - lid for safety helmet; cale-pot, kettle or chip-pan for electric-arc furness; and so on.' - Peter Wright, Cumbrian Chat: How it is spoke, Dalesman, Clapham in N.Yorks, 1978.

b) 'Lastly, what shall we say about the glottal stop, that sound like a little cough masquerading as a t in words like pi'y and Wukki'n (Workington)?' - Peter Wright, Cumbrian Dialect, Dalesman, 1979, p33. See p36 for 'marrers'

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