scally


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scally

(ˈskælɪ)
n, pl -lies
dialect Northwest English a rascal; rogue
[C20: from scallywag]
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A senior legal source said last night: "If the victims finds that the Scally has no tangible assets, it is his intention to pursue the De La Salle Order for compensation.''
ARROGANT doctors with a "God complex" have been slammed in the wake of the publication of the Scally report.
Their chairman, Paul Scally, will not sue the newspapers who have printed these stories because he doesn't want a war with the media.
Gollings is already looking past Sandown and confident that Springfield Scally will be an even better horses over fences.
Rahim and Lawrie had shots blocked before Scally stepped in to thump the ball into the corner of the net from the edge of the box.
'By giving him to the TRC, I can be confident that Scally will be protected for the rest of his life.'
Scally said today: 'I'm not complaining about what Cardiff have managed to do simply because we are fighting with them against relegation.
He was stopped from going to home games at the club's Priestfield stadium in Kent by controversial millionaire chairman Paul Scally.
Macca gave this account of the scally and the Galactico to Arena magazine: "There were people in Ronaldo's house all the time.
Gillingham chairman Paul Scally is waiting to hear whether Paul Gascoigne wants to join.
Scally, assistant vice president of Rockefeller Center Management Corporation and on behalf of the tenant, by Stephen R.