Pirie


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Pir·ie

(pir'ē),
George A., Scottish radiologist, 1864-1929. See: Pirie bone.
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QUEEN'S will look at this one as two points dropped after dominating almost entirely but finding Elgin keeper Martin Pirie in inspired form.
During the month-long trial at the High Court in Edinburgh, judge Lord Penrose heard how Pirie arranged a building-society loan for his retired parents.
After he was handed his award by host Carol Smillie, he said: "This award is proof of what I have known for a long time - that the James Pirie & Son team is the best in the land.
The thug started grappling with 55-year-old Mr Pirie, who later went to another bar nearby, where he was attacked by McCauley again.
Paul Pirie has come a long way since being forced to live with his gran after giving away the keys to his flat in a pub quiz - and he's now one of the hottest Scottish comics around," said Peter Vincent of promoters Ten Feet Tall.
Craig Pirie, Claire Pirie, Charlie Pirie, 8 and Eva Pirie, 5 are off on their holidays to Mallorca.
Debate on refugee intake has erupted since Port Pirie Mayor John Rohde announced the city could take up to 100 Syrian families, a fair number in a community of just 6,000 people.
Pirie, who was due to start his fifth series on the hit BBC show next month, collapsed at his home in Leicester after calling a relative to say he had chest pains.
Nyrstar estimates plant throughput at Port Pirie will increase by about 50% upon completion.
Pirie faced similar views earlier in her career, most notably when former Albion Rovers boss Peter Hetherston claimed she "should be at home making the tea for her man" instead of running the line.
Pirie was jailed for 35 weeks, suspended for two years, after admitting a charge of child abduction.
Pirie, who now lives in Luxembourg, was jailed for 35 weeks, suspended for two years, after she admitted a charge of child abduction.