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(glas'gō),
William C., U.S. physician, 1845-1907. See: Glasgow sign.
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He thanked the emergency services who "worked tirelessly" throughout the night and also paid tribute to the bravery of "the ordinary Glaswegians who rushed to help".
I told her to go away and she wouldn't, so I told her to go away properly in a Glaswegian way.
Should Glaswegian win the Poule d'Essai des Poulains, he will become Juddmonte's second Classic winner in as many years to descend from their foundation mare Nijinsky Star following Special Duty.
And Moyes said: "It is great to get more Glaswegians in the Premier League, we will be taking over soon
The City Council revealed that the name of King Arthur's magical adviser had been added to its list of Famous Glaswegians, which boasts of its other greatest sons such as Donald Dewar and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
And always attention-getting is the piercing falsetto of Jimmy Somerville, the now-37-year-old Glaswegian who broke ground with the openly gay techno bands Bronski Beat and the Communards.
I was sure she was born in Motherwell, which doesn't qualify her as a Glaswegian.
Also people who come to shows here aren't all Glaswegians but they buy into the Glasgow vibe, they come for a good time, to let loose, to enjoy themselves and to be Glaswegian, even if it's just for one night.
Organisers have kept many details close to their chest but have promised the ceremony will speak to the rest of the Commonwealth about shared values with a distinctly Glaswegian accent.
The event, which takes place at Hardwick Hall Hotel on Saturday, September 14, will see Glaswegian rockers Texas return to the stage after an eight-year break, in their only North-east performance this year.
THE Glaswegian trio who won over the mainstream market with their rough and ready swagger and beery singalong anthems are back.
The win over Steven Kean's Blackburn continued David Moyes's excellent record against fellow Glaswegian managers this season.