Mancunian


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Mancunian

1. a native or inhabitant of Manchester
2. of or relating to Manchester
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And tonight your host is joined by Mancunian musicians Mike McGoldrick and Dezi Donnelly.
In Burke's play we meet Mancunian H and Cockney lad Daz who find themselves sharing a cell after being arrested at the airport.
And the Mancunian has admitted to his team he does not know what to make of Stewart's softly-softly approach to the fight.
NOW a few of you may have noticed that I am a little fond of a certain Mancunian football team.
NO mention of Joey Barton in Stuart Pearce's happy-clappy programme notes for today's Mancunian derby.
The Speke lightmiddleweight started brightly, twice forcing the Mancunian to take counts in the third round.
Lewis Biggs, chief executive of Liverpool Biennial 2004, and Eddie Berg of the Fact centre, will join the outspoken Mancunian to discuss Can Culture Regenerate Cities?
Councillors are said to be concerned that Julie, a Mancunian, represents her home town's greatest rival.
It states: "Your tour of the City of Manchester Stadium will include a visit to the following areas: North Stand Level 2, Executive Box, Colin Bell Stand atrium, The Mancunian Suite, Directors' Box, Memorial Garden, The Blue Zone, Press Conference Room, Away Team Warm-Up Area, Players Tunnel & Dugout and the Home Team Changing Room.
The WBO featherweight champion's manager is furious with the decision to install Micky Vann as referee and three other English judges at ringside despite being of the same nationality as the Mancunian challenger.
A RECORD by 1980s Mancunian band The Smiths has been voted the best song to listen to when you're down.
A record-breaking marksman as a schoolboy, the popular Mancunian joined Liverpool from Ashton United in 1961 and went on to make 55 first-team appearances during a seven-year Anfield career.