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gaudy

Brit a celebratory festival or feast held at some schools and colleges
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Elliot Hodgson was caught down the right flank, scrum-half Sam Gaudie and the visitors' full-back Woodhead pounced to get the turnover ball before running from halfway for the score.
He asked Gaudie's surviving relative, daughter-in-law Marjorie, if her ancestor was "just being awkward".
He was also joined by his daughter Kim Gaudie, acting as Lady Mayoress, and Jane Barlow, the Lord Mayor's civic business manager.
In the Monthly Medal Chris Moonan (71-7-64) won division one, Bob Gorst (80-14-66) division two and Mal Evans (88-18-70) division three, while M D Johnson (39) won a Stableford from Colin Gaudie (38) and Mike James (38).
Eddie Gaudie, of the GMB, said: "We are consulting with Wincanton regarding the Trafford Park and Gloucester sites, but 1,000 jobs are set to be lost."
The food court is designed to reflect the architect Gaudie and his work of including the Gallic and Catalonian cultures in his own unique style.
Robert Gaudie, 35, of Aberdeenshire, has also asked for his favourite meal a fastfood hamburger after coming out of a coma.
"Sam Gaudie is now playing rugby, so we will need reinforcements from the second team." In Division One, the top two teams meet up at Marske Mill Lane, as Saltburn host Normanby Hall.
Blackhall v Normanby Hall NORMANBY HALL: N Bell c Bowman b Sullivan 37, M Rose c Ward b Peacock 42, M Bell c Williams b Sullivan 25, J Gaudie c Pennick b Williams 18, J Leech lbw Sullivan 8, D Laverick c Peace b Sullivan 0, M Brown not out 41, J Ahmed c Peace b Prosser 13, A Vaughan c Williams b Prosser 1, M Rose not out 5.
Conscientious objector Norman Gaudie, Quaker, Sunderland reserve team footballer and railway accounts clerk, had a terrible time, sticking to his principles even when threatened with execution.
Then there was Norman Gaudie, a Quaker, reserve team Sunderland footballer and railway accounts clerk, who was jailed as a conscientious objector - a 'conchie' - and suffered appalling treatment for his refusal to be involved in the war effort.