Glaswegian


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an inhabitant of Glasgow

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Joe, the first Scot to win the Glitterball trophy, is sure to receive a rousing reception, along with Glaswegian comedian and presenter Susan Calman.
The gritty Glaswegian battled back from 9-3 down to end the second session of his best-of-25-frame match with Barry Hawkins 10-6 behind.
Glaswegian trio Baby Strange who are performing at Stockton Calling
We've also heard of the instinctive courage of ordinary Glaswegians going to assist their fellow citizens in extremity," he said.
Glaswegian band Prides are heading to Newcastle to play a gig ahead of festival dates
Aston Villa are a great club, which is steeped in history and I am looking forward to seeing a man I know very well, fellow Glaswegian Paul Lambert.
Fittingly, Glaswegian and Rosanabad are the products of operations that have utilised Selkirk to good effect throughout his career: Glaswegian is yet another Classic prospect unearthed by Juddmonte, for whom Selkirk provided Wince (later the dam of Yorkshire Oaks winner Quiff) and Grade 2 winner Kirkwall, while Rosanabad was bred by the Aga Khan, also the breeder of Daryakana and Kastoria.
Moyes will take on another Glaswegian at the weekend at Old Trafford, having guided Everton to a 3-3 draw against Sir Alex Ferguson's United back in September.
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.
Manchester United manager and fellow Glaswegian Ferguson was a good friend and said: "All I can say is that I'd be confident in Jimmy Sirrel managing a team I supported, and that would be the general opinion from all the managers in the game.
GLASVEGAS Glasvegas (Sony BMG) THE plaudits are rightly piling up for the moody Glaswegian rockers whose widescreen songs seek to decieve, soaring melody masking tales of tragedy.
Which Glaswegian drunk is making a return to our screens after a 14-year absence?
The Glaswegian led 5-3 after the first session and moved swiftly to secure a spot in the last four.
Tavernier's prescience of reality TV is what's immediately striking, but so is his canny identification of a Glaswegian sensibility.