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nape

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pet

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to engage in kissing, caressing, and other amorous behavior

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He said: "I have seen some bad refereeing already in the Champions League but nothing compared with Collum.
I have no fear going up to play Dublin at all," Collum insists.
Collum, saying they were private personnel matters.
After Rangers had recovered from Gary Hooper's opener just before the break to lead through a Glenn Loovens own goal and Kenny Miller volley, Collum awarded a penalty when Celtic stopper Daniel Majstorovic clashed with Light Blues' substitute Kirk Broadfoot.
Until this weekend, Collum - in his fifth season as top flight referee - had taken charge of 112 games in which he has flashed 355 yellow cards and 31 red ones.
Mr Campbell, 57, who will succeed Mr Collum on June 1,joined the BNFL board in August 2000.
RISLEY, Warrington, England, November 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, Patricia Hewitt has today announced that the search is on for BNFL's new Chairman to replace Hugh Collum, who has informed the company that he intends step down in mid 2004.
Kody Collum, a visually impaired senior at Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, performed at an all-star gala sponsored by the American Foundation for the Junior Blind honoring music legend Ray Charles.
Chairman Hugh Collum said it had been a 'landmark year' for the company, which had achieved an underlying profit before tax and exceptional items of pounds 22 million.
Chairman Hugh Collum said it had been a ``landmark year'' for the company, which had achieved an underlying profit before tax and exceptional items of pounds 22m.
Jan Collum, 82, who established the performing group that evolved into the Tacoma City Ballet, died August 18 in Tacoma, Washington.
Corporal Kevin Collum, 29, from Burnmouth, Berwickshire, was on a training exercise in the Gulf with the Royal Logistic Corps yesterday when the vehicle he was driving was involved in the accident.
In 1931 Vera Collum excavated the megalithic tomb at Tresse in Brittany, claiming that it had been built during the Roman period and was associated with the cult of the mother goddess.
Bill Collum had veto power on the redesign but didn't exercise it once.
BNFL) in a meeting Thursday with BNFL Chairman Hugh Collum.