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a young male attendant on a Scottish Highlander chief

a shoe without a tongue and with decorative lacing up the instep

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And Gillies only had to look at a couple of his opponents at East End Park for hope that he can realise the ambition of making it back on to the international scene.
Gillies rewarded Llanelli's faith by pouncing on a kick ahead by his fellow forward Phil Booth for a score which clinched victory over Swansea 22-12.
There is good reason to believe that in the unsaturated zone, the groundwater travel time from the repository to the accessible environment greatly exceeds 1,000 years," says Gillies.
David Gillies continues: "The IP215 puts Pace at the forefront of the IPTV market.
Gillies, of Dunkeld, Perthshire, told Canterbury Crown Court: "The girl asked if I wanted a good time.
Gillies added another to his Christmas tally in the following match at Lincoln City.
Inside four minutes, Gillies cross was turned goalwards by Lee Bullock, Jon Stewart saved but Liam Hatch, with two in two since his return following ankle surgery, slotted in the rebound.
Gillies, whose brother Finlay plays rugby for Glasgow Warriors, also held a Flat jockeys' licence at one point and was seen to particularly good effect aboard Keith Reveley's Let It Be in a 2m handicap at Catterick in August 2008.
With little talent to speak of, and virtually no goal-scoring skills, Gillies became the lowly Islanders enforcer - in his case, a polite term for goon.
A DEBUT ride at the Cheltenham Festival holds no fears for Haddington teenager Campbell Gillies - who taught himself to ride on his sister's pony.
Ian Gillies, 45, told Yes Car Credit he earned twice his actual earnings and even forged a reference letter from his hospital.
Caernarfon Crown Court heard 39-year-old Paul Gillies looked at a photograph each day to remind himself how he looked while on drugs.
COLIN Gillies gave up the ghost in his attempt to secure the Gleneagles Scottish PGA championship title for a third time - and claims that injury is making his life hell.
Louis Gillies (36) was accused of assisting Michael Gooden to kill himself at Beachy Head cliffs near Eastbourne, a notorious suicide spot.
However, the Buddies stepped up the pace in the second half and eventually got their first SPL win over the Dons thanks to an overhead kick by man-of-the-match Ricky Gillies.