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couper

(ˈkaʊpə)
n
dialect Scot a dealer
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When the Record spoke to Couper outside her flat, she refused to comment on her relationship with Fairns, from Dalry, Ayrshire.
Alison Couper, communications director of Expedia.co.uk, said: "Getting your work-life balance just right is sometimes difficult due to work pressures, but it is very important to ensure that you give yourself enough time to recharge your batteries and switch off from the working environment."
County were leading 20-0 at the break but counters from David Callam (2), Ben Fisher and Rory Couper took the scores level.
And with the home of Scottish football hosting the World Bowl on June 14, the Claymores' Glaswegian star Scott Couper is hoping to fulfill his sporting dream by winning a second championship ring infront of his own fans.
SCOTT COUPER could only watch from the sidelines as the Scottish Claymores got their fingers burnt by the Barcelona Dragons in the opening match of the new grid-iron season.
The director of their Glasgow gallery, Billy Couper, said yesterday: "We anticipate that the rest of the collection will sell out very soon.
In just five minutes winger Rory Couper had touched down with a run starting in his own 22-yard line.
Muir counters came from Rory Couper and Malcolm Clapperton, while Ally Warnock hit four penalties.
THE world's largest vertical sundial was officially unveiled yesterday by Millennium Commissioner Heather Couper.
Scott Couper will today achieve his ultimate ambition by playing for NFL giants Chicago Bears.