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(glas'gō),
William C., U.S. physician, 1845-1907. See: Glasgow sign.
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You can check out students' work during the City of Glasgow College Open Day activities, which are taking place across its campuses and buildings
1915-18 Emily Miller joins City of Glasgow Police and Jean Thomas joins Dundee City Police.
Glasgow Mets reached the quarter–finals of the men's Scottish Volleyball Cup with a hard–fought 29–27 26–24 25–22 win against South Ayrshire while City of Glasgow Ragazzi also reached the last eight, putt 25–22 win against South Ayrshire while City of Glasgow Ragazzi also reached the last eight, beating Lenzie 25–20 25–23 25–17.
City of Glasgow retained the women's title with another runaway performance which left their Edinburgh Woollen Mill rivals trailing almost two minutes down in runner's-up position.
OTC: SLUP) (the "Company") is pleased to announce the receipt of a contract from the city of Glasgow, Scotland UK with its licensee John Beech Ltd.
We wanted to create a helpful guide to encourage people with disabilities or mobility issues to venture out and make the most of the wonderful city of Glasgow.
International law firm Pinsent Masons advised the City of Glasgow College on its Au228m project to build two new campuses and a halls of residence this is the single largest estates investment in the college sector in Scotland and the second college scheme to be delivered through the Scottish non-profit distributing (NPD) financing model.
Major General Smith said: "The Royal Marines are humbled to have the Freedom of the City of Glasgow conferred.
An environmentally friendly methane gas recovery system proposed to save taxpayers money is being financed in the city of Glasgow.
All offer a perfect base for shopping, sight seeing and experiencing all that the fantastic city of Glasgow has to offer.
7 See City of Glasgow Chorus We have three pairs of tickets to give away to see the City of Glasgow Chorus on Saturday, March 27, at 7.
Current Lord Provost Liz Cameron said: "Peggy and Pat have always been good friends to both myself and my husband Duncan, not to mention their love for the city of Glasgow.

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