shand


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shand

(ʃænd)
n
a counterfeit coin
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Bruce Shand, the duchess' father, hated the prince that he strongly opposed theirA union.
Alan Shand, 41, was outside his house on Urquhart Street, Aberdeen, on June 28, when several neighbours heard him shouting abuse urging Poles and Romanians "to go home," Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard.
Alan Shand, whose address was given as Urquhart Street in Aberdeen, stole from Abacus Nursery on King Street on Monday.
And I spoke to him about the book which Jimmy Shand gave me."
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Ladies competitions: 2 bowl rinks - J Carson 20 E Shand 15.
James Shand, 30, was tricked by the officer into driving from London to North Wales to to meet his intended victim.
But the youngster James Shand was grooming was a police officer in a sting described as "very professional" by the judge who sentenced him to 21 months behind bars.
Mark Shand, whose sister Camilla is the Duchess of Cornwall, hit his head outside a New York hotel in April while twice the UK drink-drive limit.
Mark Shand, 62, cracked his head outside a New York hotel after a night drinking whiskies and champagne last April.
The Shand Mason horse-drawn steam pump dates back to 1901, when it was supplied to Blackburn Fire Brigade.
Nine–man Culter, who had Richard Shand and Allan Youngson send off, netted twice in stoppage time to grab all three Super League points.