The Scottish Word:

Obleege

“Noo mind Mr Art Investor overgaen the cost o the artwork itsel is the maintenance. Yer obleeged tae cover the costs o feedin an cleanin up efter the punk buddha darnin.”

Translated:

obleege: pledge oneself, to be legally or morally bound.

“Now be aware Mr Art Investor. Overarching the cost of the artwork is the maintenance. You are legally bound to cover the costs of feeding and cleaning up after the punk buddha darning.”

[obleege spelled out in the phonetic alphabet.]

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