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gair

(ɡɛə; Scottish ɡɛr)
n
a strip or patch of fertile grass
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However, Craig Tully's men hit back against the run of play with Wright benefitting from a Gair miskick in the box to fire a shot beyond Gregor Amos in the City goal.
Gair chased his own hopeful long-ball and when Darryn Kelly's backpass was woefully short, Gair lobbed Cove keeper John McCafferty.
Prosecutor Peter Gair said: "We say her life was taken by this man during a sustained and brutal attack with a knife.
Watch Manager Jimmy Gair, who combines his role as a retained firefighter with a full-time job as a butcher in Longframlington, has worked for Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service for more than 30 years.
Ria Ginley and Ameli beat Melissa Gair on her father Steve's Bowes Calvaro.
Ond pan soniais am hyn wrth ffrind o Fn, dywedodd y byddai ei dad yn defnyddio'r gair lledod am seboni [flattery], e.e.
York University's Nouse narrowly won Best Student Newspaper ahead of last year's winner Cardiff University's Gair Rhydd.
The historic Clocktower Building was originally the center of the Gair Industrial Complex and continues to define the skyline of DUMB 0 and the Brooklyn waterfront.
But Martyn Gair , the father of Anita Gair who died aged 17 after taking an Ecstasy tablet at Tramps Nightclub in Worcester in 1999, said it would not stop young people taking drugs.
CARDIFF University newspaper Gair Rhydd has scooped a prestigious Guardian Student Media Award.
The girls freestyle relay team of Janine Ancian, Sheryl Clayton, Vanisha Patel and Joanna Sherwood secured eighth place in 4-28.22, while the boys quartet of Jack Gair, Graham Walker, Scott Barr and Kevin Wills were ninth 4-15.98.
A pan yn cael tamaid i fwyta yn y gwaith 'paned a brechdan am 9', mi fyddaf yn cael 'baet' (mi glywais rai di-Gymraeg o ochrau Wrecsam yn dweud 'bait',' tybiaf mai o fan honno y daeth y gair.