He spoke so rarely, players affectionally
called him ``Gabby.
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
How F DR and Cushing became friends is described in James Roosevelt and Sidney Shalett, Affectionally
A well respected figure amongst his team mates, Coghill is known as the `heartbeat' of the affectionally
named `Highland Sting defence'.
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.
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.
We have some of the best, friendliest courses in the world," said 'Woosie', as he is affectionally
known in the former mining village of St Martins, near Oswestry, the 'Welsh town in England'.
And Steve Cram talks affectionally
of how his uncle Bobby Cram played in the same Albion team as our hero.
Geraint was affectionally
known as Eddy, the nickname given to him by his mum and dad, Carol and Kevin.
Last night the couple, who make daily visits to their daughters' graveside, wrote a tribute to their children who they affectionally
call their 'angels'.
Last December, Hernandez got a panicked call at home from a neighbor, Anne Loraine Qualls, whose mother - affectionally
known as ``Grandma Rita'' - was in full cardiac arrest.
It just like the normal post system (or 'snail mail' as those already converted to e-mail affectionally
refer to it) except it arrives much, much quicker and it's cheaper than chattering on the phone.
Watching Lewis, affectionally
nicknamed The Beast by the Corbett Sports Stadium faithful, give his all on the pitch makes me think back to a younger Lee Hunt.
known as one of the Liverpool 'Spice Boys', his total transfer value reached over [euro]10m.