Johnstone


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Johnstone

(jŏn`stən), town (1991 pop. 42,731), Renfrewshire, W Scotland. Industries include flax and cotton mills in addition to engineering works. Chemicals, machine tools, and shoelaces are also manufactured.
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Agnes and Catherine Johnstone were invited to take tea with some friends at Lowton last Thursday, and I gave them leave to put on clean tuckers for the occasion.
Johnstone, an Englishman, in 1885, and that in 1886 their only child was born, Elizabeth.
Johnstone - voted Celtic's best ever player - came up against Argentine Diaz, below, in two infamous ties which entered the history books as the most brutal games ever involving Scottish clubs.
HE asking price for Sam Johnstone is about to go up.
the ones given platform, could end the Manager Steve Bruce was so pleased with the impact Johnstone made that he instructed chief UK scout Tony Coton and goalkeeping coach Gary Walsh to bring the stopper back on a season-long loan for the current campaign.
WIDNES VIKINGS youngster Jordan Johnstone has signed a two-year senior contract with the club.
Johnstone watched the second half of the Ducks' 30-7 victory over Texas from the sideline on crutches in street clothes.
Kevin Alexander Johnstone, 42, formerly of Caersalem Terrace, Llanelli, but who now lives in Pontarddulais, slipped the drug into window fitter Anthony Paul Jones' drink in November last year, Swansea Crown Court heard.
RED Devils goalkeeper Sam Johnstone will hold talks with manager Louis van Gaal before deciding whether to re-join Preston on loan.
The many classrooms that Johnstone has moved through and returned to during his life underpin the book's narrative structure.
Corporal Paul Johnstone was caught by police driving in the Holmfith area with a flat tyre, sending off sparks.