Jimmy Hill, Dave Clements, Ronnie Rees, John Tudor, Oggie, Jim Blyth, Ken Hale, Ian Gibson, Dele Adebola, George Curtis, the scoreboard behind the goal, Michael Mifsud, Dave Clark Five and 'Glad All Over', Willie Carr, Derrick Robins, Richard Shaw, last day survivals, Keith Houchen, standing behind a barrier, Mick Ferguson, Colin Stein, Micky Gynn, Bill Glazier, Neil Martin, 3.15pm kick-offs, Charles Harrold and Joe Stainer on the PA, Spion Kop, Tuesday night reserve games, Gordon Milne, Michael Doyle, tear-off
season tickets, Alan Green, Brian Alderson, parking in Kingsway and walking up Swan Lane, Ted Heath and his band, Dion Dublin, etc, etc.
With hole diameters of just 0.9mm (0.035") and the capability to produce 7,400 holes per revolution, this new technology can be used with, for example, an offset or gravure printing press for the production of postage stamps, tear-off
promotional items and more.
A man wearing a gray mask, apparently made out of a sock with a hole cut in it, and wearing a dark jacket and gray tear-off
sports pants robbed the store at 2830 Willamette St.