rullion

rullion

(ˈrʌlɪən)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) Scot a rawhide shoe
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They proceeded to Ayr, some 700 strong, and met Tam Dalyell and his government troops at Rullion Green where they were defeated.
Jordan Mckerron, BGA Robson; Neil Martin, Colmore Tang; Tracey Latham, Power On; Andrew Mackintosh, Power On; Jim Robinson, Rullion; Chantelle Baker, Rullion
com)-- With insurance checks becoming a key factor in client audits and the contractor market under continual scrutiny, the new partnership is an essential step to help Rullion future-proof their compliance processes and satisfy their client's contractual requirements.
She joins from Elmwood, where she spent five years working on brands including Asda, Heck Florette and SSE and is now working on brands including Halfords, AB Agri and The Rullion Group.
As part of its sustainable working commitment, Willmott Dixon has already provided the equivalent of 2,267 days of work to previously unemployed local people by working in partnership with recruitment agency Rullion, as well as appointing local subcontractors such as Ian Williams Carpentry Ltd to employ local labour and source materials locally.
Christian Shepherd, divisional manager for Cardiff Bay-based construction recruitment firm Rullion Alltrades advised people to take advantage of the training opportunities.
The envelope was opened by Andrew Ferguson, 19, whose older brother Stewart, 22, had applied for work with employment firm Rullion.
BOND International Software, which specialises in software for the recruitment and human resources industry, has signed an agreement with Rullion Group to use its Adapt product.
At Cotton House - the modern building at the front of the Cotton Exchange - Leaf will open in a space once occupied by recruitment firm Rullion.
Highlights include e Battle of Rullion Green re-enactment and A Taste of Ayrshire food festival.
But an examination by Rullion, which has offices in Birmingham, unearthed one or two whoppers among the usual crop of lies.