Culter


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Cul´ter


n.1.A colter. See Colter.
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Emily Hall and Jim Culter are studying whether blue holes are "natural laboratories" of future OA conditions.
Culter (7-5) take on Dyce and can march on in the cup.
BERWICK RANGERS 3 CULTER 1 BERWICK won through to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup when they beat non-league Culter in a third-round replay at Shielfield.
Culter came close to emulating their Aberdeenshire rivals, holding Berwick Rangers, to a 1-1 draw.
Andrea Burns turned a business-school project into a business with her husband Todd Culter.
BRITAIN'S Got Talent OAP singing sensation is Janey Cutler and and not Culter (May 10, page 19).
Bosses at the village hall in Culter, near Aberdeen, had been told criminal charges could follow if they proceeded with next week's production of Aladdin.
Among the winners were smoking cessation midwife Carmel O'Gorman, nurse Pauline Beale, Gill Weale, Raewyn Petherick, Bob Adams, Fred Culter and Jackie Caulfield.
Sandusky graduated in 1948 from Culter Academy, a private Christian high school.
Between 1900 and 1930," Culter points out, "the National Congress backed such reforms as mothers' pensions, a national child labor law, and a constitutional amendment to standardize public policy on marriage and divorce in the United States.
Lester Piggott makes little show in the two big races, but still wins four, beginning with Peter Culter (Paul Davey), followed by Phoenix Hall (Dermot Weld), Calaba (Alec Kerr) and Green Belt (Harry Wragg).
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