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shand

(ʃænd)
n
a counterfeit coin
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Mr Shand wrote several books and featured in documentaries, with elephants and India as recurring themes.
Paul Joseph Shand, 53,was caged for five years at Caernarfon Crown Court in December last year after admitting counts of producing cannabis and possession with intent to supply.
au quoted the beer's co-creator, Lewis Shand a saying.
More than 550 friends and family of Major Bruce Shand, who died in June, turned out to pay their respects to the twice-decorated war hero.
Almost 150 mourners including the Prince of Wales and Princes Harry and William joined the Duchess of Cornwall at the funeral of her father Major Bruce Shand yesterday.
More than 20 people in Scotland have tried to cash-in on their friendship with Frances Shand Kydd by selling her old thank you cards and letters.
PRINCES William and Harry were saying a final farewell to their grandmother Frances Shand Kydd yesterday.
The Queen sent a private message of condolence to Mrs Shand Kydd's son Earl Spencer while the Prince of Wales expressed his sorrow at her death.
Frances Shand Kydd, the mother of Diana, Princess of Wales, was said to be 'on the mend' in hospital after falling ill at home.
Frances Shand Kydd, aged 64, used a fishing rod to pull herself free from a deep whirlpool in Scotland's River Spey, near Castle Grant, after she had been trapped for ten minutes.
It is therefore all the more refreshing to be reminded of the lyrical enthusiasm of Morton Shand writing in the August 1930 special number of the Architectural Review devoted to the Stockholm Exhibition.
FORMER amateur rider Bill Shand Kydd, who remains paralysed from the neck down after a fall when team chasing four years ago, is planning a charity parachute jump next month.