DEWAR


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DEWARDepartment of Employment and Workplace Relations (Australia)
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Innovations at DEWAR'S Aberfeldy Distillery are part of a broad scope of sustainability initiatives for John Dewar & Sons, producers of DEWAR'S Blended Scotch whisky, WILLIAM LAWSON'S Blended Scotch whisky and the single malt brands of ABERFELDY, AULTMORE, CRAIGELLACHIE, THE DEVERON and ROYAL BRACKLA.
Dewar, of Blackpool, who denied causing actual bodily harm, wept as she was given 16 months in prison.
Outside court, gloating Dewar said: "My solicitor just came and told me that the sheriff had messed it up and they had to let me go.
West, 26, of South Street, Sherburn Village, Durham, admitted assaulting Ms Dewar, who needed treatment for multiple bruises and a chipped tooth.
On October 9 Dewar went into the Bradford and Bingley building society, there were no other customers and he went up to the female worker behind the counter.
Dewar said there also could have been a blow to the cat's head if the sea slammed the carrier into rocks.
Not surprisingly, Dewar is at her best when she relies on her journalistic skills.
Llandudno Magistrates Court was told that Dewar, of Old Road, Llandudno, who pleaded guilty to theft, had joined the town's Craig y Don Lions Club four years ago and between July 1998 and last June he was treasurer.
Broadcaster Donald MacCormick said many felt Dewar would become embittered but to his credit he did not.
Scotland yesterday said farewell to its First Minister Donald Dewar at a packed and emotion-charged funeral where tributes were paid to his decency and fight for social justice.
Robert Dewar, a former chairman and chief executive officer of Kmart Corp.
The name of DEWAR is one of the most respected in the world of Scotch whisky.