kelty


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kelty

(ˈkɛltɪ)
n, pl -ties
a large or extra drink imposed on someone who is avoiding drinking or is thought not to be drinking enough
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AUCHINLECK'S history makers will head to Barry Ferguson's Kelty Hearts in a mouth-watering firstround Scottish Cup clash.
Hat-trick hero Nathan Austin believes Kelty Hearts can silence the critics by winning the league.
? A last-minute winner from Stephen O'Neill gave CUMBERLAND COLTS a shock 2-1 win over the fancied KELTY HEARTS.
Kelty Hearts unwrapped the challenge of Annan on Tuesday night to take their spot in the third round of the Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
Research analyst Ashley Kelty said Lancaster was one of the only oil and gas projects to have been delivered on time and on budget west of Shetland, an area known for its harsh conditions.
Chris Kelty, 53, had accepted to police that he declared: "God will finish Islam, not people.
Chris Kelty, 53, admitted his outburst to police, which included: "God will finish Islam, not people" and "We should thank God for saving us in the Second World War."
He leaves his mother-in-law, Jeanette Kelty of Canton, OH; and brothers-in-law, Richard of Westlake Village, CA, James Kelty of Cambria, CA, Jeff Kelty and wife of Littleton, CO, Mark Kelty and wife of Baltimore MD, Keith Kelty and wife of Cincinnati, OH and Steve Kelty and wife of Tinton Falls, NJ.
The boy, who is only in Primary Two, spent two months smashing windows throughout Kelty, Fife.