Beattie


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Beat•tie

(ˈbi ti)

n.
James, 1735–1803, Scottish poet.
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The pair reached an uneasy truce before yesterday's home match with Wigan, with Beattie warned he must recover last season's fitness and form if he wants a new contract.
James Lee Beattie, 25, who lost his leg in a car accident, led officers on the chase through Mountain Ash.
CRAIG Beattie could go back out on loan to Crystal Palace if Albion are unable to off-load the striker this summer.
HULL boss Phil Brown is ready to make an ambitious move for Sheffield United hit-man James Beattie.
Summer signing Craig Beattie was hailed an instant Hawthorns hero after a home debut hat-trick - but unsettled defender Curtis Dav-ies felt the fan backlash after expressing his desire to quit West Bromwich Albion.
EVERTON have replaced Aston Villa as favourites to land James Beattie in the transfer window with Blue Square, after the firm reported a series of bets for the Toffees to sign the Southampton striker.
The endurance and the historical significance of these questions of social class, honor, nation-building and race are, as its title suggests, the subject of Peter Beattie's Tribute of Blood.
Australian newspaper The Courier-Mail recently reported that Peter Beattie, premier of the Australian state of Queensland, strongly opposes efforts to allow the creation of a state mandate that all gasoline sold in Queensland contain 10 percent ethanol.
Unlike islets grown in a liquid culture, those grown, in a matrix made of the two proteins fibrinogen and thrombin clump together and grow into three-dimensional shapes, says Gillian Beattie of the Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute at the University of California, San Diego.
TWO uncharacteristic errors from keeper Damien Beattie sealed Hinckley United's fate as Dean Thomas' men were sent tumbling out of the FA Umbro Trophy by hosts Lancaster City.
Ann Beattie. Park City: New & Selected Stories.
With true ecosystem management, Beattie says, "We are now all interchangeable."