Aird


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Aird

(ārd),
Robert B., 20th-century U.S. neurologist. See: Flynn-Aird syndrome.
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Aird, who was receiving constant abuse from the home support, played the set piece into the box.
Winger Aird was outstanding in the win over Ray McKinnon's Bairns, who had ex-United ace Paul Paton sent off for head-butting Pavol Safranko in 64 minutes.
Next Aird curled in a great finish on the stroke of half-time.
PC Aird added: "The hospital is like a small town in itself so it's certainly a challenge.
Tillie Mae Aird at Bubbles World of Play in New Brighton with some of her presents and cards ANDREW TEEBAY
Aird claimed that the IRA was being allowed to get away with Jill's killing to avoid harming the Northern Ireland peace process.
In need of a website to showcase Aird Dorrance's distinctive kitchen and bath design, the graphic designers at 360 PSG delivered a custom website that shares a similar look and feel with that of their parent company, VP Supply Corp.
Brandishing a 10-inch knife and dressed as a postman, Casey Miller, of Denton, Greater Manchester, burst into the home of Mr Aird, after his wife Louise answered the door holding their two-year-old daughter, Sabrina.
Miller, from Denton, threatened to kill the family while three other gang members scoured the house for the "cream" of Mr Aird's collection of Lowry works.
Chris Aird, an engineer at environmental service consultancy Couch Perry & Wilkes, led a five-man team in honour of his father Campbell, who died of cancer in January 2009.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 13, 2010-American Paramount Gold Corp names Hugh Aird CEO and president(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Tasmania's Minister for Economic Development, Michael Aird, said he was disappointed at the prospect of job losses at the King Island abattoir.