gair


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gair

(ɡɛə; Scottish ɡɛr)
n
a strip or patch of fertile grass
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The historic Clocktower Building was originally the center of the Gair Industrial Complex and continues to define the skyline of DUMB 0 and the Brooklyn waterfront.
But Martyn Gair , the father of Anita Gair who died aged 17 after taking an Ecstasy tablet at Tramps Nightclub in Worcester in 1999, said it would not stop young people taking drugs.
CARDIFF University newspaper Gair Rhydd has scooped a prestigious Guardian Student Media Award.
22, while the boys quartet of Jack Gair, Graham Walker, Scott Barr and Kevin Wills were ninth 4-15.
An avid surfer for 17 of her 25 years, Kim Gair normally looks forward to the Southern California winters which produce the best waves of the year - ones she usually rides three days a week.
TLAWD, dyna mewn un gair sut y byddai'r byd cerdd dant heb bobl fel Einir Wyn Jones.
One is occupied and two, Rushy Gair and Lanternside, have recently been completed and are ready to move into.
WNO's Gair ar Gnawd will be shown in full on S4C on Saturday, April 25, exactly a week following the public performance at Y Ffwrnes in Llanelli.
On target for The Tavern were the prolific Josh Hay (3), Brad McLelland (3), Ross Gair (2), Jordan Giles (2) and Ali Douglas.
3 Alan Gair bagged a last-gasp goal to deepen Largs' relegation woes.
Un enghraifft oedd yn cydio allan i mi oedd arfer y gair 'llythyron' yn lle llythyrau, y gair cywir am luosog o'r gair llythyr.
City made a fight of it and looked capable of causing an upset when Dougie Gair cancelled out Nicholas' opener but Montrose finished well.