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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (August 27, 1999)

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18 years to fix jet fault. 85
A fondness for whisky and a fatal attraction for topless model Maria; BEAUTY AND THE PRIEST: HE TOOK PITY ON HER, THEN HIS WORLDLY URGES TOOK OVER. Houston, Simon 1344
Airlines' fury at jobs plan. 80
Altared image; Pre-wedding planning had taken its toll on Ruth Patten, so she called on TERRI CRAIG to give her a hot new look for her honeymoon. Craig, Terri 698
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY .. OLD; Monty Python reunite. 303
Anger as inquiry into RUC 'brutality' draws a blank. Smith, Anna 334
Angling: Small can be so beautiful. Wilkie, Silver 664
Athletics: I could've been the next Tony Adams...but I'll be the world's best athlete. Haynes, Frank 658
Athletics: Ladbroke to gamble on phone bets. Caven, Bill 203
Athletics: Whizz-ard Johnson takes the Michael. Haynes, Frank 610
Beauty without the cruelty; Lie back, relax and you can say goodbye to cellulite. 686
Bidding war for Paddy's Milestone. 114
BRAVERY OF THE 'BACK TO FRONT' BOY; Kyle steps out on special legs. Frew, Callum 288
Bugs get their digitals out; WHAT'S NEW ON DVD. 172
BUMPER TO BUMPER; Verso far - so good. Caven, Bill 378
Carisma turns on the charm. Caven, Bill 582
CCTV clue in Laura murder hunt. 114
CHARTSLOT. 220
CONTEST; Party for 17 hours .. FREE. 303
Cops in hunt No3 for hermit on run. 135
DAD SEES SON DIE; 12-year-old slips to his death in Pyrenees. Dowdney, Mark 311
don't leave home without... Paterson, Roz 269
Doubles date is the spice of soap life; EMMERDALE (ITV). Fulton, Rick 355
Drew's that girl?; She was a child alcoholic - now she's Hollywood's Miss Sweetness And Light ... 510
Dyna-might. Walls, Trevor 682
FACES OF GUILT; And yes, one of them is our old friend known to all as Hyacinth Bucket. McCARTNEY, BRIAN 804
Fans gave me gay pride; Front-man Simon's tribute to Scots after Stirling Castle gig. Fulton, Rick 479
FATHER SEES SON,12, DIE IN HILL PLUNGE; Hiker's holiday ordeal. Dowdney, Mark 479
FATHER YOU'VE SINNED; He's convicted of sex attack. Houston, Simon 558
FEATHER DUVETS GAVE ME ASTHMA; Woman wins pounds 28,000 payout. Dow, Ian 459
Fish makes it Miles better. Dingwall, John 563
Football: BIG SPLIT SENDS THE TOON ARMY BARMY BIG SPLIT. Marshall, Alan 463
FOOTBALL: Boss in cup cheat blast. 116
Football: Crock Sol calls off. 120
Football: DAVE STRIKES IT RICH AS DAN TAKES THE FLAK; Sheffield boss is on the brink. Gardner, John 821
Football: Dirk makes Jancker a banker threat. Docherty, John 208
Football: DODGY PENALTY BREAKS THE ICE; KILLIE AS REFEREE GIVES THEM A LAST-GASP EUROPEAN LIFELINE. Campbell, Iain 1065
Football: EASY CWM EASY GO; No hassle as Celtic stroll into next round. Traynor, James 1277
Football: EIND-HEAVEN FOR NUMAN; Arthur can't wait to face his old buddies. McCARTHY, DAVID; Campbell, Iain 1065
FOOTBALL: Euro glee for three. 756
Football: Icemen put Killie in a Wright old sweat. 229
Football: Jack fury at Rovers slide. Marshall, Alan 384
Football: Keegan fires up Toon war. 199
Football: KEV'S RUUD GESTURE; Newcastle rejects to be capped by England. Marshall, Alan 920
Football: Neville set for a Cup return. 280
Football: New boy Jan set for Killie. 127
Football: No chance of shares for Di Stefano. 266
Football: ONE GAME FROM THE OFF!; Man Utd trip is the acid test for Gullit. Gardner, John 1008
Football: pounds 40,000 A MAN AND MURRAY STILL COMES OUT ON TOP. Traynor, James 561
Football: Shields move may earn a cap. 123
Football: Suddenly things are looking up. Cosgrove, Stuart 785
Football: THE BIG FINNISH; Simao's late show wins it for Saints. McCARTHY, DAVID 1000
Football: WE DON'T FEAR THE BIG GUNS; Amo ready to take on the best. Jackson, Keith 824
Football: We're not ashamed of losing..we could not have done more; DOWN AND OUT: PARMA STARS FACE UP TO SAVAGING BY ITALIAN PRESS. McCARTHY, DAVID 658
Football: Wenger starts the mind games. 411
Friends star has laser eye ops. Dowdney, Mark 199
Games; Little Ray of fright. 179
Girl trouble; Watching their daughters turn into women can be too much for some mothers to take. Paterson, Roz 1264
Golf: I'LL THROW A SIX; Fit-again Sam up for title tilt. Duncan, Roddy 448
Golf: INTO OVERDRIVE; Lawrie's living life in fast lane. Duncan, Roddy 520
Gregory gets the girls but no glitz. 170
HDi-de high class. Caven, Bill 606
HELEN'S GRADE 'A' GIRL; Nikki, 16, in GCSE exam triumph after mum's death. Smith, Graeme 296
Horseracing: BANNED JOCK MAY QUIT. Brown), GARRY OWEN (Gordon 310
Horseracing:. 124
how to look like... Geri Halliwell. 456
I have to watch men stare at my daughter; RHONDA AND DANIELLE. 504
I was so bad, I didn't want her to be like me; NANCY & DAISY. 448
I've got a Life; Eddie Murphy's put his flops behind him ... now he's ready for the big time. Synnot, Siobhan 594
IT'S BACK TOMORROW; l Easier token collect l Great cash prizes l More chances to win. Mallon, Margaret 498
It's top heavy; (The poster, that is). 206
Job axe firm spend pounds 20m on adverts. Caven, Bill 202
Jobs leave students too tired to swot. 215
Kissing captain scoffs at mutiny. 165
Knitting pretty. 421
LET DI REST IN PEACE; Scots don't want special event to mark anniversary of princess's death. McCOLM, EUAN 1269
Lord of ringlets; Scots funnyman Craig Ferguson makes a stylish big-screen debut as a wonderfully camp hairdresser. 578
Lottery jackpot comes in handy for Jocky. Dow, Bob 290
Love at first byte for Meg; YOU'VE GOT M@IL (15). Fulton, Rick 343
MIDWIVES ARE BRANDED RACISTS; Asians feel 'shouted at'. McCARTNEY, BRIAN 410
Mini happy returns; It may have hit the big 40 but the cute and dinky Mini is still young at heart and full of fun, writes TREVOR WALLS. Walls, Trevor 952
More trouble looming for shamed ambulance chief. 134
MOSQUE CHILD ABUSER JAILED. 209
Motor racing: ED MAN IRVINE SAYS IT'S TIME TO FORGET SCHU. Haynes, Frank 454
MOVIE CHOICE. 321
MURDER AND MAYHEM BUT MO SAYS CEASEFIRE HOLDS. Thompson, David 681
MY 999 ANGUISH; BT kept me waiting for 29 minutes as I watched my husband slowly die. Richardson, Pete 444
NHS bosses put my life at risk - it's frightening. Chamberlain, Gethin 425
No one would want to get off this chain gang; LIFE (15). 259
One killed as plane ploughs into house; CRASH LANDING: MISSIONARY AIRCRAFT IN AFRICAN FLIGHT TO DISASTER. Frew, Callum 174
One-off Fast Show suits the stars. 199
PICK OF THE BOX; Helen enters a Gray area. 525
Please don't let another little boy die; Mum's call for bike law change. Oakeshott, Isabel 389
Problem Page: Will saucy snaps land me in prison? Burnie, Joan 1142
RECORDVIEW; Keep fragile peace alive. 446
RUC TO LOSE OATH, 0UEEN AND CROWN; RADICAL: Patten's plans for shake-up of Ulster police force. Smith, Anna 1023
SAFETY FIRST; Keep your distance and save your life. Scott, Paul 402
SCRATCH AND MATCH pounds 10,000 TODAY; ARE YOU A WINNER? 615
Sea hero passed up chance of rescue. Frew, Callum 224
Sharing a bed with eight million mites. 146
SINGLESSLOT. 112
Slow on the drawl; COOKIE'S FORTUNE (15). 153
SOLDIERS TO GET BUBONIC PLAGUE JABS; GM vaccine for biological warfare. Mulford, Sarah 345
Star war against fishermen's cars. 140
STARS SNUB BURGER BAR BOMB VICTIM. Arnold, Harry 410
TEAR DOWN MOST VIOLENT PRISON IN SCOTLAND; It's like a POW camp. Macaskill, Jamie 430
TEAR JAILS DOWN; Boss's remedy for worst two prisons. Macaskill, Jamie 282
THE pounds 1m JAGUAR; Dream machine won us Le Mans. Hardaker, Paul 311
The senior pupil; NEVER BEEN KISSED (12). 332
The woman who sought out the truth about tragedy. 255
This is what a real wedding is like, Posh; Zoe shows how it should be done. Burnie, Joan 947
Truck shop. King, Conrad 511
Update: Monarchs have final say; UPDATE. 252
Update: Reiver's back in running; UPDATE. 268
US gene research points to eternal youth pill. McLEAN, JIM 272
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; We're our own worst enemies. 829
We're off our Tango trolley. 366
WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS. 453
WHY I'LL FIGHT TO KEEP MY JENNIFER; Heart-throb insists he's not afraid of marriage. Fulton, Rick 987
WIN A VIP day out at the new look Hampden. 222
Yeltsin linked to pounds 9billion money scam. 136
You drive me crazy; And don't be smug if you're not on the list, Conrad hates you, too, probably. King, Conrad 621
YOU'VE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD; Macmillan motto still true. McDOUGALL, DAN 667

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