gaulter

gaulter

(ˈɡɔːltə)
n
(Professions) dialect a person who digs gault
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Douglass involved the criminal prosecution of Jennifer Gaulter and Phillip Douglass by the State of Missouri.
The amount of rain that has fallen is unexpectedly high this year, according to Al-Jazeera's senior meteorologist Steff Gaulter.
Gaulter had drinks with a woman at a Kansas City-area hotel in 2013.
The production is directed by Emma Gaulter, whose husband David plays the lead role of Pa Larkin - famed for his use of the "perfick" catchphrase.
Steff Gaulter, Al Jazeera's senior meteorologist, said the ash could threaten airspace until at least Monday.
Lindsey Gaulter, of Sutton Coldfield, is part of the team putting together tenders for new business contracts.
HE Bates' tale of rural life in Kent in the late 1950s among the large, boisterous Larkin family, is being staged at the Parish Hall, Bow Street, under the direction of Emma Gaulter.
"The storm in Mexico and the storm in the US are actually part and parcel of the same storm," Steff Gaulter, Al Jazeera's meteorologist, said.
School administrator David Gaulter said the idea was hatched a year ago when a former staff member involved in local radio suggested the scheme.
This latest performance is being directed by husband and wife team Emma and David Gaulter.
Al Jazeera's meteorologist Steff Gaulter, said: "The eye of the storm is expected to hit with sustained winds of 165kph and gusts of up to 200kph.