suggests that all sponsors may enter into an agreement specifying their rights and obligations in a way any conflict of interests is avoided.
reduces emissions and that's what our business is about, preventing air pollution through emission testing."
According to Tommy's daughter, Tadger
came to ask Tommy to play for Newcastle, for domestic reasons the answer he got was no.
When she left to marry Tadger
, in 1938, she was given a "fancy clock" before she started on her most important job - bringing up two children.
Peacefully in hospital on 21st February 2011, aged 90 years, Stanley (Stan), beloved husband of the late Alma, loving dad of Carole and son-in-law Tom, much loved grandad of Colin, Michael, Leigh and Kirsty, also partners Michelle, Glenda, Rachel and Mark, great grandad of Ethan, Daniel, Lewis, Liam, Alfie, Billy, Bobbi, Thomas and Jonnie, also Stan's two cats Tadger
John McCormack denied telling players, in front of a female physiotherapist, they could let her see who had "the biggest tadger
Suddenly at home on 16th June, aged 32 years, Michael Paul (Tadger
), beloved son of Yvonne and Tony, much loved brother of David and Tony, devoted dad of Georgia and Brooke, brother-in-law of Anne, a dearly loved uncle.
Forget Wayne Rooney stamping on Portugal's manhood, think of that poor Falkirk streaker - a sunburned tadger
is no laughing matter.
An' they tak these funny tags te hide identity; But Tadger
and Hermione's plain enuff fer we.
Leaving aside Jim's story about a trip to Amsterdam with Billy Davies and Andy Goram, big Chris' revelations about Tommy Boyd's tadger
and Willie's memories of a night in the back of his Bellshill grocery store with Hazel Irvine, the most memorable part of a great evening was their big-match predictions.
They'resupposedlyinthedoldrums right now, but let's congratulate the Jags on winning the first major honour of thenewseason smallest tadger
on Channel 5 since Keith Chegwin.
Chewin' The Fat's online 'Nedspeak' dictionary invites Net surfers to translate slang terms such as 'dobber' 'tadger
' and 'boaby'.