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Petrie

Sir (William Matthew) Flinders. 1853--1942, British Egyptologist and archaeologist
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However, the home side soon settled and Petrie was unlucky to see his strike miss the target.
Petrie, who steered his side to the promotion play-offs last season, was impressed by how the Angus men applied themselves against the Staggies.
Petrie had been honorary Cove Rangers president McRae's deputy at Hampden during his two terms of office and had held his previous role with the SFA for eight years.
Petrie allegedly came at her 11-year-old autistic son with a saw on March 12 at their home in Aspen Hill east of Rockville, according to a police report obtained by (http://wjla.com/news/crime/police-mother-tries-to-decapitate-son-with-bow-saw-claims-she-felt-overwhelmed) WJLA in Washington.
Finishing overall 36th in the race held by Forres Harriers, Petrie's efforts were enough for him to take second spot on the podium in his respective category.
Petrie said: "People say ourselves and Peterhead are the only sides going for the title but I don't agree.
Mr Petrie duly re-directed his claim to officials in Halifax who after four months concluded his claim was Kirklees' to consider.
Petrie - also a vice president of the SFA - insisted his club would co-operate fully with any inquiry into the scenes which marred a historic day for his club as they ended a 114-year wait for a Scottish Cup win.
Petrie said the impromptu booze-up took place as they filmed the last scenes - a sequence that takes place in the third episode.
Brian Petrie, 61, from Ashington, has spoken of his gratitude to the opticians having undergone surgery to remove the tumour.
Summary: Muscat: Derek Petrie, who recently joined Ras Al Hamra Golf Club (RAHGC), shot an extraordinary ...
Petrie, PhD, professor of psychology and director of the Center for Sport Psychology at the University of North Texas.