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(glas'gō),
William C., U.S. physician, 1845-1907. See: Glasgow sign.
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The first Real Hoosewives Fae Glesga introduced the friends.
TheRealHoosewivesFaeGlesga The Real Hoosewives Fae Glesga |is at the Pavilion, Glasgow, from tomorrow until February 14.
She's a regular in River City and has appeared in the Real Hoosewives of Glesga, a theatre parody of vacuous glamour telly shows like Real Housewives of New Jersey.
It should, of course, matter not one jot to Embra fans which Glesga team the manager of one of their teams played for.
GLESGA GAGS WILL TRAVEL WELL MICHAEL reckons Still Game can be for Glasgow what shows like Bread, Auf Wiedersehen, Pet and Only Fools and Horses were for other cities across the UK.
The attempt at conciliation showed a genteel side not normally associated with the Glesga polis and contradicted many people's views on how law enforcement works.
But Frank dispelled the showbiz myth he advised the comic not to tell his now legendary joke about the Glesga guy who murdered his wife then buried her bottom up so he'd have a place to park his bike.
1Fasten your seatbelts for comedy double act Louise McCarthy & Gayle Telfer Stevens - aka The Dolls - two gallus Glesga burds on a Greek beach.
A Chinese guy asked her to dance but he got the famous Glesga knock back and looked completely crestfallen.
She wore trousers that were too short for her legs, so me and my pals referred to her as Wee Cat (say budgies are deid in Glesga apparently).
She wore trousers that were too short for her legs, so me and my pals referred to her as Wee Cat (they say budgies are deid in Glesga apparently).