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Cleland

(ˈklɛlənd)
n
(Biography) John. 1709–89, British writer, best known for his bawdy novel Fanny Hill (1748–49)
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Ross Thomson Commuters in Cleland were turfed off buses in freezing temperatures prompting one councillor to launch a stinging attack on the bus operators.
Chief Inspector Mark Cleland, from the British Transport Police, has been sharing details of police incidents during the Autumn rugby internationals in a bid to highlight the strain large events put emergency services under.
A new vision released today for Cleland Wildlife Park has the potential to re-establish the Park as a world-class nature-based tourism destination.
American Idol" alum Audrey Cleland is appearing in next week's episode of "Lethal Weapon.
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Cleland-Cabrera - Alma Cleland-Cabrera and John Cleland, of Springfield, a daughter.
We know that depression is common in heart failure and affects 20 to 40 percent of patients," said study author John Cleland, a professor of cardiology at Imperial College London and the University of Hull in England.
RAITH ROVERS' board will meet today to pick their new manager with East Fife boss Gary Naysmith and St Johnstone coach Alex Cleland the favourites to land the post.
Actually the concept came from his employee, Alexander Cleland, who worked as director of the Clark House--a settlement home that provided services for immigrants in New York City.
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JOHN Cleland has been elected as managing partner of Pinsent Masons, following a vote among the firm's partners.