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As defined by the Medical Defence Union—the largest carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK—you means:
(i) the insured named in the Schedule;
(ii) the personal representatives of the estate following the insured’s death or his or her legal representatives if the insured becomes incapable, insolvent or bankrupt; and
(iii) the insured’s beneficiaries and those who have or obtain an interest in the insured’s beneficiaries’ estates following their deaths.
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"In fairness to Darren Hughes he said 'youse won't be far away your-selves'.
"The game is on its knees, so I apologise I can't be there at the awards, but I am out here putting it in, working, putting in the true work, the work it takes to keep every one of youse fed."
I'd leave this life then start another, If it meant youse two kept each other, You've loved him since he was a bump...
Vote Aye, pull up the drawbridge behind youse - and then live with the consequences.
Stirling Sheriff Court heard yesterday (Tuesday) how Sheryl Sharp's brother had been appearing for trial on June 20 last year when Sharp posted a Facebook message calling two of the witnesses "dirty, smelly, grassing scumbags" and adding "I'll tell you sumhing the now, my brother gets the jail cause of youse you'll be sorry.
IF YOUSE WANTED TH' TABLE, YA SHOULDA GOT HERE EARLIER.
The pop diva's official Twitter account, @kylieminogue, denied the claim, with a post reading: "#lovers #notquitting," followed by tiny icons of a love heart, followed by a microphone, a movie camera and a bright red lipstick print, which translated to: "I love music, I love film, I love youse all."
They're from Greece, so youse got a long way to go to catch 'em live, unless they're coming to these shores ...
"Youse have hassled us, harrassed us, youse just won't leave us alone.
He rang police before shooting PC Rathband to say: "Youse have hassled us, harassed us, youse just won't leave us alone."
A lesser complaint is that one character's dialogue is written in a horrible dialect--at least in the English translation--that is the literary equivalent of nails on a chalkboard: "Iffen youse gotta distant look inna yer glimmers, there is somethin' special goin'.