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Ran·kine

(rangk'kin),
William J. McQ., Scottish physicist, 1820-1870. See: Rankine scale.
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Rankine has admitted he is still due around PS200,000 after selling Dumbarton in 2008 for PS1.
Rankine takes encouragement from the point Tranmere took from a goalless draw at Walsall on Boxing Day in the first of four holiday fixtures in eight days.
Little described the victory as a step in the right direction rather than a turning point for the team and as Rankine says Tranmere need to use it as a springboard into Saturday's League One encounter with Colchester United at Prenton Park.
Asked to explain what led to Asked to explain what led to the public fall-out, local the public fall-out, local businessman Nixon, who helped take the club out of administration with Rankine and McDougall in 2009, ankine and McDougall in 2009, said: "There was an issue around the summer of 2013 with the SPFL league summer of 2013 with the SPFL league reconstruction and I think this has a lot do with it.
Tranmere's slide to within three points of bottom club Swindon Town ahead of the busy Christmas programme means there is little prospect of Rankine easing himself towards retirement.
Ms Rankine said the funding will help South Australian schools prepare students for the jobs of the future.
Aldershot's Michael Rankine fired a late penalty against the crossbar after Clayton McDonald had tripped Ben Herd.
Inside the opening 60 seconds Michael Rankine rattled a shot off Paul Farman's legs and Craig Baxter blocked Chris Carruthers' follow-up, before Rankine sprang the offside trap on five minutes and beat Farman - but saw his effort hacked clear by Phil Cave.
TRANMERE manager Brian Little has the full backing of his players, insists veteran midfielder Mark Rankine.
MARK RANKINE predicts the odds makers who quoted Nottingham Forest and Tranmere Rovers among the promotion favourites at the start of the League One campaign may well be proved right in the long run.
North End missed a hatful of chances to kill off Dario Gradi's men before Mark Rankine finally swept home the 73rd-minute clincher.
David Rankine, 43, said warders forced him to take part in the match on an all-weather surface riddled with potholes.