Callander


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Cal·lan·der

(kawl'ăn-dĕr),
Latimer, San Francisco surgeon, 1892-1947. See: Callander amputation.
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Children joined a senior politician in Callander this week for a bike ride with a difference.
Her attendant ISVICTORIA Evans, flower girl Carrie-ANNEWADE, PRINCESSTORI-Lee Pattullo and prince Reuben Callander.
Six staff at James Callander and Son Ltd have been kept on to aid administrators KPMG in selling off machinery and property.
Project Location : Trossachs, Callander, United Kingdom
MANCHESTER Arena terror victim Georgina Callander had won a place at university to follow her dream of becoming a children's doctor, her mum has revealed.
Hundreds of family and friends of "mummy's little girl" Georgina Callander, 18, gathered in the village of Tarleton, Lancashire, to honour her memory in what was billed as 'A Celebration of Life'.
THE heartbroken father of 18-year-old victim Georgina Callander told mother hugging her son:"Look after him, because you never know," as joined hundreds of mourners paying tribute to the dead yesterday.
Georgina Callander, 18, is among the 22 people confirmed dead in the bombing.
It was the impressive view overlooking Callander Bay that sealed the deal for Jimmy Kolios and John Jameson.
For while it's a case of getting used to walking again on her new knee for 100-year-old Florence Callander, her ninemonth-old namesake is on the verge of walking unaided for the very first time.
And he got a call from Rev George Callander, of Bishop of the Open Free Church in Durham, offering to lead the service "We all love our animals," said Rev Callander.