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Related to auld: auld lang syne, Auld Reekie, Aldi
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We'll tak a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne.
Born in 1938, Auld played at a high level of Scottish junior football before signing professional forms for Celtic at the age of 17.
Auld was always very active in numerous organizations, including APECCA and the Alberta Sulphur Research Council.
These data, currently being analyzed by the Antarctic survey researchers, will help Auld and others understand how turbulence affects the amount of heat transferred across the boundary layer.
Unable to control or discipline Douglass, Auld turned him over to Covey, who by virtue of the system's patriarchal structure, becomes a surrogate father who will do to rebel against just as well as Auld.
Auld joined Clark in honouring McNeill by laying a wreath at Parkhead and admits it's a shame supporters never got to see the defensive duo play in the same Scotland team.
Singalong Auld Hat - New Heids will have the audience singing along with their folk classics
Even though "Auld Lang Syne" directly translates to "old long ago," it means "good old days," "times gone by" or "for old times' sake" when it's sang. 
Auld was refused bail amid fears he could re-offend, interfere with the investigation or flee.
"Auld lang syne" literally translates to English as "old long since." It loosely, or idiomatically, translates as "old times." "For auld lang syne" is "for the sake of old times."
John Monkhouse, defending, told the court his client had been going to the shop and was not intentionally following Ms Auld and had waited outside the shop when he realised Ms Auld's car might be parked outside to avoid confrontation.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 8, 2013-D R Horton appoints David V Auld as chief operating officer(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Jim Burley, 75, was yesterday jailed for eight months after sending a series of poison pen letters to Sharon Auld.