AULD


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Related to AULD: auld lang syne, Auld Reekie, Aldi
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AULDAll Up Last Down (model sailplane competition)
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She was her grandfather's companion, and thus he wrote of her death, this stern, self-educated Auld Licht with the chapped hands:-
Am I no' to be familiar wi' ye--when I'm auld eneugh to be a fether to ye, and ready to be a fether to ye till further notice?
And there's sure to be some big auld Halloween hoolies going strong when the final kicks off at 3am in Sydney and 5am in Auckland.
Maureen Auld is to be offered half of her 36-year-old son's ashes following tomorrow's cremation.
which became Alan Auld Associates in 1998 and now the Alan Auld Group Ltd.
Ingleby Barwick's Auld was in the thick of the the breakaway action during the festival-closing Stockton Grand Prix and eventually finished 35th.
In this newly created position, Auld will play an instrumental role in several key initiatives including the identification and expansion of new business arenas.
Auld, now 42, sported grey stubble and fingerless gloves as he walked the dog near his terraced home.
Based in Wales, Mr Auld is a freelance conductor and organist who is a graduate of London University and a post-graduate of Durham with performance diplomas from the Royal College of Music and the Royal College of Organists.
Council will match the $30,500 grant provided by the NSW Government dollar for dollar, with the project to commence early in the next financial year and be completed within eight weeks, Mr Auld said.
Ms Auld had told Mid and South East Northumberland magistrates at the start of the trial last week that Mr Burley had said to her: "I will get you, you b***," when he saw her outside a convenience store in Pegswood on July 5.
It was so big and had made such a mess, we thought someone had gone on a bit of rampage," Auld added.