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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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Gillies provides an excellent background for assessing the Canadian government's ability in both cases to remain true to its professed support for human rights and its stated desire to foster trade, regardless of human rights records.
Notable about the former are the swift parallels Gillies draws between Carnap's and Neurath's reasonings in favour of 'physicalist' construals of the empirical basis of science and the later Wittgenstein's rejection of private languages (points I have independently and extensively discussed elsewhere, e.
Gillies, who initially spent three years at Gateshead and has played more than 100 games for the club, is keen to get his career back on track.
Still a family-run business, Gillies has a customer concentration in metropolitan New York with clients throughout the U.
Further tributes to Gillies will take place at Hamilton this evening, the first Scottish course to stage a meeting since the rider's death.
pictured Brindisi Paul Bittar, chief executive of the British Horseracing Authority, said: "We are deeply shocked and saddened by the tragic news that Campbell Gillies lost his life in an accident while on holiday in Kavos.
Gillies said: "I get on well with Ryan and was shocked when he decided to leave Hearts.
Sydney, Australia, Sep 25, 2010 - (ABN Newswire) - FINANCE VIDEO: Metallica Minerals Limited (ASX:MLM) MD Andrew Gillies Speaks at The Excellence in Mining 2010 Conference in Sydney.
GIANT Craig Gillies may be a towering force in rugby but a time out in his teens almost saw him scrap the scrums and take up basketball.
Jonathan Gillies, 22, had been drinking when he visited his mother's house during the early hours of March 27, Liverpool Crown Court heard.
Law firm Hammonds has announced the appointment of Crawford Gillies as the firm's first non-executive chairman.
What began on the Web site as small show of support from Gillies to his son, Charlie - a 14-year-old Wildcats pitcher and third baseman - and a way for the Army reservist to follow the team's games, has become a virtual link from Santa Clarita to the Middle East.
The chief surgeon at Sidcup, Sir Harold Gillies, and his accompanying team from the UK and the Dominions, developed many of the techniques used in the Second World War not only at East Grinstead but also at Rooksdown House, Basingstoke, Hill End Hospital, St Alban's and Queen Mary's Hospital Roehampton; Rooksdown was primarily the Army plastic surgery centre, while all three took RAF casualties.
EBBE Skovdahl booted Ricky Gillies out of Aberdeen - and the St Mirren star is honest enough to admit that decision probably saved his career.
CRAIG GILLIES, an Englishman who thought his future was the dole queue, helped Llanelli win the Welsh Challenge Cup with a last-minute try at the Millennium Stadium.