Cuskin

Cus´kin


n.1.A kind of drinking cup.
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District manager for Sunderland, Ian Cuskin, of Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, said: "It is great to see that this partnership working is having a positive impact in reducing the number of incidents we attend over the bonfire period and in helping the public to stay safe.
District Manager for Sunderland Ian Cuskin, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, said: "The Electrical Safety Council website www.
And suddenly, while driving from here to there, I found myself listening to Great Expectations, The Great Gatsby, Heaney's Beowulf, essays, stories, journalists--Mencken, Priestley, Hughes--Carla Cuskin reading children's poetry.
When Cuskin gets the upper hand and leaves him for dead, a lesser man than Ryan would have abandoned the task.
Coventry Building Society's corporate responsibility manager Anna Cuskin said: "We are really grateful for the generosity of everyone who supported the event and well done to ADT for another fantastic performance.
Corporate responsibility manager Anna Cuskin said: "We are delighted to have raised such a huge amount.
Olympic silver medallist Mike McLeod won in 1985 and three years later Jarrow and Hebburn's Paul Cuskin was successful.
Paul Cuskin, chairman of Healthwatch South Tyneside, said: "The public consultation into the planned relocation of Jarrow Walk-In Centre identified issues with access to GPs, such as long waiting times for appointments.
Corporate responsibility manager, Anna Cuskin, said: "We had some fantastic fundraising efforts from staff ranging from a Pudsey pamper day with facials and manicures to cake sales in branches.
Anna Cuskin, corporate responsibility manager, said: "I'm delighted that we have raised the highest amount so far.
Paul Cuskin, NEEC's strategic operations director, adds: "Over the last 12 years we have worked directly with employers to meet their recruitment and skills needs.
Current record holders are, for the men P Cuskin, who recorded 30.