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gaudy

Brit a celebratory festival or feast held at some schools and colleges
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Venuti was also jailed for ten years, to run concurrently, for the attempted murder of Mr Gaudie.
Liam Henderson, 23, of Newmachar, Aberdeenshire, was killed in the impact and six others, including Mr Gaudie, were injured.
Sam Gaudie reaches for the ball during Middlesbrough's match against Stockton at Acklam Park at the weekend 101015RUGBY_11 KATIE LUNN
Eddie Gaudie, of the GMB, said they were taking legal advice on the cuts.
Eddie Gaudie, organiser for the GMB union, said: "The GMB will seek a meeting with Matalan to ensure that everything is done to avoid job losses.
It was then, he said, that one supporter Robert Gaudie told Venuti: "F*** off, stupid nutter".
It looked all over for Sacriston when they trailed by four goals at the halfway stage but they rallied and goals from Dave Gaudie (2) and Stephen Clifford put them in with a chance.
The original album was notable for marking the debut of Chris Leslie, whose endearingly nostalgic song-writing talents are evident on live favourite John Gaudie, as well as displaying the band's ear for a great song, both Anne Ryder's moving Sailing Boat and Steve Tilston's Here's To Tom Paine both fitting that particular bill.
Joe Gaudie has been batting at five for us and I think he's still only 17 but scored a half-century against Richmond.
Regional GMB organiser Eddie Gaudie said: "Looking at the company's sales, this announcement was somewhat expected.
Joiner Rab Gaudie was left brain damaged and unable to work after Brian Venuti deliberately ploughed into a Tartan Army group near Hampden after an argument.