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cherub staff Dr Terence 'Mac' McAfferty, born Terence Henderson in 1941, Ayrshire, Scotland.

The official description of the armorial bearings are: "(arms) or, a chevron reversed gules, the shield ensigned by a cherub proper.

The 1924 competition was won by the
First Class games.

The procurement programme has had a long and chequered history, with a number of consortia involved in the development and bidding process.

In the 1960s, it underwent a minor frontal facelift with a closely chequered grill and was named as the Ambassador Mark II.

He has even told her about his chequered past, but always spinning the tales to make himself appear the hapless victim.

As Franchitti crossed the start/finish line to finish the race, the Scotsman who had not realised the chequered flag had been waved continued to race and crashed into the back of Kosuke Matsuura flipping yet again and hitting the outside wall.

Beneath the soil the evidence of the ancient and chequered past can be seen, and the rocky outcrops and scree slopes are excellent places to view the different layers of ancient rock.

The Guardian reported in July that the officer had a "chequered history" which should have barred him from the force.

Unable, probably because of Isaac's chequered marital past, to enter New York society, the family emigrated to paris, never to return to the United States.

The grip is of the same form, but the chequered rubber or bakelite grip was replaced by grey ribbed shark skin, bound with German-silver wire.

Faced with dark wood panelling and chequered black and white tile floors that seemed old fashioned and dingy, the couple wanted to make a few changes.

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