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strip used to give a level surface for attaching wallboard


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Tickets for the main concert are sold out but there is still availability for the street party (PS25), Old Town ceilidh (PS45), torchlight procession and Loony Dook (both PS10).
Dook, was 28 when he raped a 22-year-old woman he had offered to drive home from a Hull nightclub.
The seized 620kg of Dook shells, valued at over Dh30,000, poses a grave risk to marine life and balance, he added.
Tickets for the Concert in the Gardens, the worldfamous Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party, the Keilidh and the Candlelit Concert as well as torch vouchers for the Torchlight Procession and registration for the Loony Dook are all available online from www.
Paul Dook, 45, was convicted last week of raping a woman in 1991 in Hull after police reopened a case.
The team is: Ian Parton on guitar and harmonica, Sam Dook on guitar, banjo and drums, Chi Fukami Taylor on drums, Silke Steidinger on drums, guitar and keys, Jamie Bell on bass and first-rate female MC Ninja.
Around 270 fundraisers donned anything from a pink tutu to skimpy thongs in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, as they swam under the famous Forth Bridge in the annual Loony Dook.
The revellers were taking part in the annual Loony Dook in the Firth of Forth, near Edinburgh.
The smile on McCoist's face as he revealed he had just nominated Walter Smith, Graeme Souness and Sir Alex Ferguson to follow suit with a similar chilly dook, quickly faded when Gascoigne's name was mentioned.
Sarah said: "Jeanette is the only person who can truly understand what I have been through because she also suffered at the hands of Dook.
Treasured memories of Dook, who left us 10 years ago today.
On the voyage that includes Thailand, the chef's are cooking up Crispy Catfish Green Mango Salad 'Yum Pla Dook Foo.
Right, swim-|mers take part in the Loony Dook New Year's Day dip in the Firth of Forth at South Queensferry, as part of Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations; below, Marco Fois, of Italy, dives into the Tiber river from the 59-foot-high Cavour Bridge in Rome to celebrate the New Year | Iraqi break dancers in Santa Claus costumes celebrate the New Year at Firdous Square in Baghdad.