Glaswegian


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  • noun

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an inhabitant of Glasgow

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Rolling my R's properly delights my mother who is continually telling me to "talk nice" but when I"m among friends my preferred tongue is Glaswegian.
Singers Rod Stewart, Susan Boyle and Amy MacDonald are among those performing, but those masterminding the Celtic Park launch have promised ordinary Glaswegians will be heavily involved.
Glaswegian trio Baby Strange who are performing at Stockton Calling
George, the soft touch of a family of Glaswegian gangsters, steals his little girl and together they embark on a road trip from John O'Groats to Land's End, literally and symbolically from the tip to the tail of Britain, chased by a maniacal journalist.
On its website, Merlin appears alongside less contentious Glaswegians such as Sir Alex Ferguson, Billy Connolly, Robert Carlyle and Lorraine Kelly.
The win over Steven Kean's Blackburn continued David Moyes' excellent record against fellow Glaswegian managers this season.
THE Glaswegian trio who won over the mainstream market with their rough and ready swagger and beery singalong anthems are back.
Cheryl will be joined by rapper Tinie Tempah as she chooses her Cheryl will be joined by rapper Tinie Tempah as she chooses her final three girls from 16–year–old Glaswegian Emily, Lola Saunders, Lauren Platt, Kerrianne Covell, Chloe Jasmine and Stephanie Nala.
At the same time, the mysterious Glaswegian septet Belle and Sebastian infuse cello, violin, trumpet and piano to create an idiosyncratic mix of sound that will seduce pop fans as well as those who prefer classical music.
And always attention-getting is the piercing falsetto of Jimmy Somerville, the now-37-year-old Glaswegian who broke ground with the openly gay techno bands Bronski Beat and the Communards.
With their bizarre cultural mapping, Henry VIII's Wives add four millennia of historical resonance to the idea of hybridity, combining the scale and sense of locale of another Glaswegian artist, Ross Sinclair, with the material abandon of a kind of latter-day arte povera.
And on day two Glaswegian Graeme Dott will begin the defence of his title against Norwich professional Barry Pinches, another player who had to win a wildcard match to progress.
FANS of Glaswegian rockers El Presidente will get to see the band in Birmingham TWICE when they play shows at two city venues.
He said: "I am thrilled that Glasgow has recognised Merlin as a Glaswegian and that, almost 1,400 years after his death, he can take an official place in Glasgow's glorious history.