Callander


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Cal·lan·der

(kawl'ăn-dĕr),
Latimer, San Francisco surgeon, 1892-1947. See: Callander amputation.
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In fact, cattle appear to be so happy with the set-up that Mark Callander is milking some heifers for a neighbour which would not be milked in a conventional parlour.
In addition, Recruitsoft has appointed Paul Callander to director of Asia-Pacific business development and Ian Wood to director of Asia-Pacific consulting services.
MOUNTAIN views, open fires and gourmet food make Callander the perfect destination for a romantic Valentine's break.
Last night, his anguished parents, of Callander, Perthshire, told how medics passed him healthy only weeks before.
Listings for single-family homes in the North Bay and Callander area continue to be in short supply particularly for move-up buyers, says Trevor Thomas, a North Bay realtor and president of the North Bay Real Estate Board, in describing the across-the-board "domino effect" in the housing market.
Mother-of-two Mima Rae, 56, had worked for Tesco in Callander Riggs, Falkirk, since 1986 and had continually complained of back trouble.
David Callander as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) replacing Mr.
The card arrived last March, weeks after Fiona's partner Ewan Macgregor, 59, was killed in woodland near Callander, Perthshire.
Jennifer McNutt and Brent Bywater, Vested Interest, Callander (1998)
WATSONIANS coach Gary Callander has told his side to brace themselves for a GLASGOW HAWKS backlash after the champions' opening defeat last week.
Callander was the original location for the BBC TV series Dr Finlay's Casebook.
Scores of bikers are expected at 10am when the Ride Out to Crieff, Loch Earn and Callander sets off.