CAIGEScDNA Amplification for Identification of Genomic Expressed Sequences
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(33) The comic "fray" is a popular staple of Geordie song and verse, good examples being the fearsome verbal battle between two women in Joe Wilson's "The Row upon the Stairs," or Tommy Armstrong's "The Row i' th' Guttor" and "The Row between th' Caiges." In each of these poems the energy of heated quarrelling gives the poet opportunities to make rich use of dialect sounds and terms, often through the lively insults thrown back and forth.