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Related to auld: auld lang syne, Auld Reekie, Aldi
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Auld was refused bail amid fears he could re-offend, interfere with the investigation or flee.
Auld in this role will oversee all home-building regions and will guide the company's operations.
Burley, a retired coal industry manager of West View, Pegswood, had previously been convicted of harassment against Ms Auld in 2008 and breaching a restraining order imposed to protect her in 2009.
He also put the brakes on any seeking to read significance into the duo's stable bookings, saying it is owner preference that sees Jamie Spencer and Richard Hughes remaining on Auld Burns and Measuring Time.
Blues have now got a chance to make up for the long period without success by beating Arsenal at Wembley on Sunday - and Auld reckons they stand a good chance.
Auld played in a fifth straight game, including a pair of relief appearances for Tim Thomas, who gave up 12 goals on 47 shots in losses this week to Washington and Toronto.
He's a natural goalscorer with a tremendous presence on the park and he is also a big influence in the dressing room," said Auld.
In a telephone interview following his election, Auld said an education program will be the most important of the two focal points for the association under his presidency.
Jim Burley, 76, former boss of Pegswood Parish Council, appeared before magistrates at Bedlington yesterday accused of breaching the order imposed by a crown court judge to protect Sharon Auld.
nz/world/australia/8902383/Python-mistaken-for-vomiting-thief) Auld told the Australian Associated Press .
BREAKFAST TV host Piers Morgan was branded a "numptie" after he described Auld Lang Syne as an "English anthem".
We sing Auld Lang Syne once a year, so can't be blamed for always forgetting the words.