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Cleland

John. 1709--89, British writer, best known for his bawdy novel Fanny Hill (1748--49)
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The SNP's Cameron McManus was left furious after several complaints from residents informing him that passengers had to walk up to two miles in the snow after First Bus drivers said the 241 service to Cleland would terminate in Coltness due to the bad weather.
By 8pm on Saturday, just hours after the end of Wales' tie with South Africa, Ch Insp Cleland said officers already had to deal with an assault, a sexual assault, drug use, verbal abuse and four alcohol-related injuries.
LKF Group project that if adopted, the new vision will result in around 300 additional jobs at Cleland - with the increased visitation having a positive impact on the broader tourism industry in the Adelaide Hills.
Details about the singer's role are being kept under wraps, but the promo photo (seen below) suggests that Cleland may be playing RJ's (Dante Brown) new girlfriend.
About one-quarter of patients hospitalised with heart failure are readmitted for a variety of reasons within one month, Cleland said.
Ex-Dundee United and Rangers defender Cleland has been caretaker boss at Livingston and the Perth Saints, with the 44-year-old now keen to become a first-team manager.
While visiting his boss in Cooperstown in 1934, Cleland I happened onto a WPA project designed to improve Doubleday Field for the alleged 100th anniversary of the National Pastime in 1939.
The Bank of England on Tuesday announced that from 3 March 2015 it will be issuing into circulation GBP10, GBP20, and GBP50 notes bearing the signature of the current chief cashier Victoria Cleland.
Mr Cleland joined the firm as a partner in 1997 and is currently head of financial institutions, covering banking, restructuring and financial regulatory.
Fanny Hill in Bombay: The Making and Unmaking of John Cleland.
MIDCENTRAL HEALTH clinical nurse specialist lead in gastroenterology Anne Cleland (pictured right) has been appointed to a part-time position with the national endoscopy quality improvement programme (NEQIP), as a nursing workforce development lead.
Detective inspector Mark Cleland, who is leading the British Transport Police probe, said the incident took place on the 5.