cougan

cougan

(ˈkuːɡən)
n
slang Austral a rowdy person, esp one who drinks large quantities of alcohol
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The sale also features Part II of The Mike Gowers Gold Club Collection, Part II of The Ken Reed Golf Artwork Collection and The Late Frank Cougan St Andrews Golf Collection.
The thrilling 5-4 victory over Patrick Thistle, when Colin Cougan scored four Bovrilspilling goals and sent the home support into ecstasy.
Peter-Marian 230, Burncoat 251: Tyler Foley and John Cougan shot 9-over 45 for the Guardians (1-1), as did J.C.
Memory Cougan, a 20-year-old black career girl, has been cocooned by her white mother and has no recollection of her childhood in Africa.
Notching goals were Bruton with a hat-trick for Sparta and Cougan, Hall, Crawford and Kitching (4) for Brandon.
The Archers (Dave Cougan, Lewis McNally) were 2-1 winners over The Pollards.
The way Kenny Cougan's City went at Hasta La Vista.
Students believing that they can succeed by their effort increased their competence beliefs and adopted learning goal orientation (Ames & Archer, 1988; Ames, 1992; Dweck & Bempechat, 1983; Harter, 1982; Kloosterman, 1988; Kloosterman & Cougan, 1994; Wigfield et al., 1997).
Tony Cougan, Broxburn, said: "To avoid any further controversy why don't the SPL copy what they do in Aussie rules football.
Tony Cougan, Broxburn, said: "I wish people would stop complaining and get off referees' backs these days.