callant

callant

(ˈkælənt) or

callan

n
Scot a youth; lad
[C16: from Dutch or Flemish kalant customer, fellow]
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And the kindly folk of that country must all pack and tramp, every father's son out of his father's house, and out of the place where he was bred and fed, and played when he was a callant. And who are to succeed them?
Both companies belong to the Belgian entrepreneur Dirk Callant, who is active in transport, Sme wrote.If Slovak East Transport and Leasing really employed Romanian drivers, then they are required to pay them according to the Slovak labour code.
Ali Callant and Fernan Fermin refused to buckle down and, instead, notched their own string of 4-game winners to take back the lead at 5-4.
"People ask me how and why the Great north Run has become so big," Foster says, "and I think it's got a lot to do with the history of things in the north east like the Blaydon Races and of pedestrianism, professional running in the 1800s, which produced great champions like James Rowan, the 'Little Black Callant'."
CALLANT JOHN May 24, 2012 (From home to Heaven, from pain to peace, your painful days are over, your restless nights have passed, God took you in His arms and whispered Peace at last.) - Loving wife Karen and Kieran.
RSituatedonthebanksofthe RiverCoquetin Northumberland, R othburystagedan annualfixtureinAprilformorethan 200yearsuntilitsclosurein1965.Its featurewasthe RothburyCup Hunter'sChase,wonin1956byThe Callant,dualwinnerofCheltenham FoxhunterChase.
"The Black Callant is a terrific true story which Arthur and I have nourished for quite a few years now.
Callant Alan MacKenzie said: "It is truly unbelievable."
Visit during the first week in July when the population expands as ex-patriots return for the Jethart Callant's Festival and you will find this pub among the busiest in this lovely Borders town.
Again a project he's had on the backburner for years, it's about Victorian runner James Rowan from Gateshead, also known as The Black Callant, who had a fascinating but ultimately sad riches-to-rags life.
WHILE Arthur McKenzie is the acclaimed script writer of The Black Callant he readily gives much credit for the unearthing of a truly great Tyneside sporting hero to athletics coach and friend Stan Long.
The school's work has included holding special singing assemblies, singing workshops and performing at the Schools' Super Sing event at the ECHO arena in June Chair of Governors Karen Callant, pupil Daniel Gichuki, deputy headteacher Gary Evans join West Derby MP Stephen Twigg (right) for the official opening of the new pounds 28m West Derby School.