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North Tyneside

(ˈtaɪnsaɪd)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority of NE England, in Tyne and Wear. Pop: 190 800 (2003 est). Area: 84 sq km (32 sq miles)
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Easton Roy, who hit the headlines in 2015 when he turned out in a charity match aged 92, sat down with Jim Allan, who is one of the earliest members of Stirling County.
Councillor Jim Allan proposed the cut-off point should be 10pm as this would allow evening games to finish on time.
Coun Jim Allan proposed the cutoff point should be 10pm as this would allow any evening games to finish on time.
The Temptations' My Girl was played as the coffin was carried into the chapel and civil celebrant Jim Allan said: "That unmistakable song was chosen by Fay in memory of her one-in-amillion girl who was taken too soon.
Jim Allan, of North Yorkshire Police, said it was strongly suspected that the conman will have obtained money or attempted to obtain money from many people across the force area.
Jim Allan, a Burlington-based health and safety consultant, is a huge supporter of online training.
Rae Coton, Vicki Valsecchi, Linda McGrath, Lynda Kettle, Pauline Luget-Owen, Gill Bond, Toni Wightman, Helen Jane Arnold (all committee members; Toni and Earle Wightman, Linda and Peter Brookes, Clare Phipps, Jim Allan, Eileen Jones; Helen Dunlop, Angie Loveridge, Celia Dowell, Esther Boulton; Kate Plummer, Julia Rosenbloom, Julia Osbaldeston, Cheryl Hunt; David Jellie, Anne Galbraith, Maggie Rose and Francis Colloff; Jane Jackson, Anne Thomson, Madeleine Reaves, Bev Weston, Linda McGrath; Paul Farrow, Caroline Dresden, Helen and Neil Hobden, Daisy Inman, Diane Benussi, Rokesh Bhalla, Derek Inman; Guy Jones (guest speaker, Moet & Chandon), Joanne Malin and David Smith
Jim Allan, merchandise manager at Einstein Moomjy, which has stores in New York and New Jersey, said that when customers don't know the difference between a hand-tufted and a hand-knotted, it is the retailer's responsibility to educate them.
But rumours soon circulated about the winner wearing spikes rather than traditional mascottype footwear, and racecourse manager Jim Allan confirmed that an inquiry will be held into the legitimacy of Freddie The Fox.
But rumours soon circulated about the winner wearing spikes rather than traditional mascot-type footwear and racecourse manager Jim Allan confirmed that an inquiry will be held.
Forty guests watched the Rev Jim Allan conduct the service at a hotel in Motherwell, Lanarkshire.
Jim Allan, of the West of Scotland UFO Society, added: "Everything has shifted towards Ayrshire and the west coast.