SPEIR


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SPEIRScottish Portals for Education, Information and Research (Department of Computer and Information Science; University of Strathclyde; Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
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The movement (on her pitches) is incredible,'' Speir said.
Speir and her coaching staff were forced to approach students to encourage them to try the sport.
Speirs (26:14) was soon on the scoresheet again when he collected a Kolarik pass behind and to the left of the Blackburn goal.
But the mission failed and Speirs fled to Benidorm in Spain, believing he would never be unmasked as the man who had ordered the hit.
And the following season, Speirs wrote his name into the history books with his displays in the FA Cup.
Mrs Speirs said the inquest was "done well", but "didn't go into great details".
Mr Speirs takes over the lead role from Mike Cuthbertson, who has managed the Newcastle office for the last 10 years since the merger with Lamb and Edge in 2005.
Now, Speirs, of Firtrees Avenue, Wallsend, has been locked up again after admitting wounding with intent and possessing a knife at Newcastle Crown Court.
Speirs, from Redcar, had a previous conviction for affray in 2011.
Team GB's golden girls from 1912: Belle Moore, Jennie | |Fletcher, West Derby's Annie Speirs and Irene Steer
Robertson played under Speirs with the Hampden men for a season before joining Dundee United in the summer.
November also marked the launch of the Jonathan Speirs Scholarship Fund, a scholarship set up to provide support to students of architecture who wish to enter the architectural lighting profession.