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GUPPYGreater Underwater Propulsion Power (WWII Submarine)
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The ( open-access paper , titled "Testing the stability of behavioural coping style across stress contexts in the Trinidadian guppy," appeared in the journal Functional Ecology.
A 2-0 home loss followed a 2-1 first-leg defeat in Madrid after Guppy conceded a dubious penalty in Spain and Garry Parker was sent off at Filbert Street.
Together they won a League Cup - and a year later an SPL title at Celtic - but Guppy has been blown away by Leicester's firstever Premier League title triumph.
Start your meal with the guppy house salad, which bustles up your taste buds with delectable flavours of bamboo shoot, karashi mustard and crunchy vegetables and gives you a sneak peek into the Japanese culinary extravaganza you're going to explore.
A four-member focal group has been constituted to be headed by Director Health Medical KMC, Dr Muhammad Ali Abbasi, to supervise the placing of the Guppy, Sole and Tilapia varieties.
Effectively, therefore, it can be argued that Ms Guppy was paid PS1,747 for chairing each meeting.
Guppy was a graduate of Framingham High School, Class of 1932.
Guppy, who worked alongside O'Neill at Aston Villa - as well as playing for him at Wycombe Wanderers, Leicester City and Celtic - will be working with the club's young players.
Guppy worked under O'Neill at Wycombe, Leicester and Celtic, and the left-winger was regarded as one of the best crossers in the Premier League in his time at Filbert Street.
This year's lavish production features panto heavyweight Christopher Biggins and impressionist supremo Paul Zerdin in the lead roles and the dynamic duo will be supported by a talented cast that includes a number of children from the Cardiff-based Lorri Guppy School of Dance.