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caber

Scot a heavy section of trimmed tree trunk thrown in competition at Highland games
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He added: "Our man came second in tossing the caber and I don't think he had ever picked a caber up before.
The status is simultaneously being implemented in the areas of the 10th Infantry Division and 4th Infantry Division in Mindanao, Caber said.
Caber said the abducted foreigners were identified as John Ridsdel and Robert Hall from Canada and Kjartan Sekkingstad, the Norwegian manager of the resort.
The kidnappers must have noticed they had a lot of money so they thought it was a good idea to abduct them," Caber said.
The games include traditional events such as piping, Highland Dancing, tossing the caber and putting the shot.
Armando: Supongo que estas lineas pueden caber en Palabra de Lector: Gracias por las 13 paginas que nos dieron en Proceso 1605, del 5 de agosto.
Toss The Caber ran a promising race at Huntingdon last time and can go a couple of places better in the williamhill.
Then one day the office rang me up and suggested I might like to go and toss a caber at a Highland Gathering.
Tony Culhane picked up Flat ride of the year at the Lesters last Saturday night for his performance on Toss The Caber at Musselburgh last year, and could be in line for further honours after hitting the top spot on King Of Music and following up later with another power-packed effort on Grand Jour
Games included tossing the caber, ulumaika, tug-o-war and many others.