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A rider for 25 years she admits it was her five-year-old Whisper Tetti - or Archie as he is affectionally known - who has given her a new lease of life after she was diagnosed with a number of medical problems.
You headed straight for Hall 10, home of what I affectionally call the Asian Ghetto.
Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Anglican cathedral in Britain and the fifth largest in the world while its its neighbour is the Metropolitan Cathedral is affectionally known locally as 'Paddy's wigwam' because of its largely Irish Catholic congregation and its resemblance to a native American teepee.
Not surprisingly, Myrddin Lloyd Thomas became affectionally known by the familiar term often given to his countrymen.
She went public for the first time about her on-off affair with the former Fianna Gael leader, who she affectionally calls "Sweetie".
(30.) How F DR and Cushing became friends is described in James Roosevelt and Sidney Shalett, Affectionally, FD.R.: A Son's Story of a Lonely Man (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1959), pp.
A well respected figure amongst his team mates, Coghill is known as the `heartbeat' of the affectionally named `Highland Sting defence'.
Ngurungu as the team is affectionally called is struggling in position 11 with 24 points and some of the supporters have lost hope that the team can break into the top eight bracket.
Taffy, as he was affectionally known by his teammates, formed a devastating strike partnership with Alex Young which memorably fired Everton to the 1962-63 First Division title. GETTING THERE Among the airlines who fly there are Air Malta (, easyJet (, 0843 104 5000), Ryanair ( and Monarch (, 0871 940 5040) and British Airways( WHERE TO STAY Affectionally regarded as the grande dame of the island's hotels, the elegant five-star Hotel Phoenicia, built in the 1930s, is set in seven acres of stunning gardens with a pool, and is conveniently positioned just outside the entrance to the capital, City Gate, overlooking Marsamxett Harbour.
TG, as he was affectionally known during his time in South Wales, spoke to The Malay Mail for an article headlined 'It's a Win for Malaysia!' "It's simply amazing.
Maureen Bowen, 77, who has lived on the street for more than 50 years and is known affectionally as Grandma, said: "Our street is exceptional.