mancunian


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mancunian

adjective Referring to a person from Manchester or Greater Manchester.

noun A person from Manchester or Greater Manchester.
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Since his victory over Arthur the colourful Mancunian enjoyed an Indian summer in 2004 as hewent on to claim and defend the WBU crown.
But that just displayed the exuberance which Los Angeles's favourite Mancunian is famous for.
Although Mrs Maher achieved the best results by far from Mancunian Star, his other matings produced Romford Puppy Cup victor Living Jewel and Coventry's former 680m record-holder Lear Princess.
A hotel spokesman said: "We've worked hard to pack the facial full of ingredients that will leave guests feeling fresh, relaxed - and a little bit more Mancunian than when they arrived.
THE Mancunian legends' fifth offering was tinged with sunshine from the Balearics.
YOU do not need to be a Mancunian to respect football's loss at Munich in 1958 - you don't even have to be English.
MERTHYR'S Kerry Hope can take the next step towards acquiring another belt for the honours-laden Enzo Calzaghe gym when he faces shaven-headed Mancunian Matthew Hall on March 22.
The Edinburgh boxer defends his title tomorrow against Mancunian Steve Foster at Meadowbank.
The siblings came third on the show which was eventually won by Mancunian Shayne Ward.
There has been concern that the 32-year-old Mancunian might finally have succumbed to injuries, but the Newport-based athlete has jumped at the chance to travel Down Under despite calling for youth to take priority for some time.
The Mancunian now assumes leading contender status for a crack at the undisputed title.
ALFIE QMU, Glasgow, September 16 ##### This Mancunian quintet combine pleasant melodies with pleasing lyrics and they received a warm reaction from the student crowd.