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Medical help would have saved Aberdonian Emma, at Devonport aboard HMS Cornwall in October 2004, the Plymouth court heard.
The error left the Aberdonian down in fourth spot behind nearest challenger Tim Mason, while Roger Moran had his best result so far with second spot in the new Pilbeam.
The supporting event the Aberdonian Plate Class VI Division III and IV has a bigger field of 11 runners, most of whom are thoroughbreds.
The Aberdonian and crew-mate Chris Grube slumped from third to 10th in the 470 standings and with the second race of the day abandone, the Scot is clinging on to a top-10 spot with just two races left to qualify for Wednesday's final.
I feel a bit like an Aberdonian now and my two girls are anyway – I'm not sure how happy I am about that
The Aberdonian Coast, a new vessel, at Newcastle Quayside, is to speed up the trading service between Aberdeen, Newcastle and London.
The 23-year-old Aberdonian is different gear to some we have sent over in recent years as he proved when becoming the first Brit since Harold Hilton in 1911 to win the US amateur championship.
The Aberdonian, Scotland's skipper at the Youth World Cup, last night revealed he once toyed with the idea of joining fellow sporting all-rounders Andy Webster and Shaun Maloney on the path to football fame.
The Aberdonian added: "My round was much the same as Wednesday, hitting a lot of good shots and a lot of greens with only one mistake, a threeputt from 18 feet at the 15th.
The Aberdonian dad-ofone, known as the King of Culter, put a series of wagers on three football games at odds of 25-1 each.
Aberdonian was bred by Mr David Grant of Earlsfield, Insch, Aberdeenshire and he heads for the Druk pedigree herd of Messrs Lewis, Oxfordshire.
One of the local hopes at Gleneagles this week, the Aberdonian will have his backers.
The young Aberdonian chose Willie's autobiography, The Don, even though the great man hung up his boots 17 years before he was born.
And that suits Ramsay fine as the Aberdonian prepares for a massive run of events that he hopes ends with a memorable week at Royal Lytham and St Annes later this month.