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(glas'gō),
William C., U.S. physician, 1845-1907. See: Glasgow sign.
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"My apprenticeship is due to end in November this year, so my goal is to get a full-time job - hopefully with the City of Glasgow College."
Gary said: "I am delighted to be returning to India and this incredible competition with yet another highly talented student from City of Glasgow College.
Paul Little, principal and chief executive of City of Glasgow College and Lead Ambassador for WorldSkills in Scotland, said: "This is our best medal tally yet and a truly remarkable achievement.
Paul Little, lead ambassador for WorldSkills in Scotland, and Principal and Chief Executive of City of Glasgow College, said:"Mark's achievements have been remarkable and I am delighted that all his hard work and dedication has been recognised with a place onTeam UK.
"We are delighted to announce this exciting development for Jumeirah in the city of Glasgow. Located in the heart of such a dynamic city, the Jumeirah Glasgow Hotel will be the perfect addition to our portfolio, in line with Jumeirah's promise to stay different," Crawford said.
Composed in 1976, The Return of Odysseus has its premiAre recording with The City of Glasgow Chorus and orchestra of Scottish Opera.
He referred to the achievements of his home city of Glasgow, which progressed from a centre of urban dereliction to become a European City of Culture.
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.
02 Contract Notice (below OJEU threshold or call offs of any value): City of glasgow college is seeking to engage the services of a suitably experienced, full service-law firm to provide all external legal support.
Mark Scott, who attends the City of Glasgow College, received the Montgomery Award for Wall and Floor Tiling from one of the oldest Livery companies in London, The Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers.
"2015 saw the opening of two state-of-the-art college campuses - at Inverness and City of Glasgow Colleges - and next year will see the opening of the Kilmarnock Campus of Ayrshire College and City of Glasgow College's Cathedral Street Campus."
The salute, near the People's Palace in Glasgow, was fired by reserve soldiers from 207 (City of Glasgow) Battery, 105th Regiment Royal Artillery.