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Anatomy of Wullie Judi Milne Suttie Centre Aberdee
Anatomy of Wullie Judi Milne Suttie Centre Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Artist Judi Milne uses the Doric Mither Tongue around the skeletal Oor Wullie and writes the anatomy such as hauns for hands and scrapet for scrapped shin. This sculpture is sponsored by the University of Aberdeen and can be found outside the Suttie Centre by the Royal Infirmary.
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