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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (October 19, 2000)

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'SUPERMUMS' SAVE BRITAIN pounds 169BILLION. 143
A BOWL OF SOUP WILL BEAT THE COLD; Home-made remedy. Mclean, Grace 262
A moment of sadness among the madness; LAST NIGHT. Fulton, Rick 330
A typical Glasgow wake and a fitting send-off. Sinclair, Paul 298
Acid doc 'had no chance'. 91
Aquarium phantom fish fright. 122
Baby sex choice pair vow to go on fighting. Gall, Charlie 147
Boxing: Forget Lewis- bring on Holyfield; Tyson set to shun Briton. Haynes, Frank 414
Boxing: McLeod back after positive pounding. Grahame, Ewing 464
BRA-VO BOYS; Men create an uplifting new look for women. Spavin, Vicky 396
BRANDED A WHOLE TOWN OF PSYCHOS; Locals rage at billboard. 291
CELTS' MORTEN FIGHTS FOR LIFE ON VENTILATOR; Deadly brain disease gets worse. Moncur, James 335
Century in metal. Calder, Marjorie 644
Come and haveagoif you're hard enough! 98
Divorce minister in Euro court bid. 183
Downfall of the blackmailing beauty queen; Football star's stalker faces years in prison. 264
DROP THESE DOPEY IDEAS; Crazy campaign to legalise cannabis is so soft-headed. Brown, Tom 1163
Employment FOCUS; Party to a winner. Calder, Marjorie 539
EX-CHAMP IS ONLY FIT FOR PRISON; He gets 6 years for drug dealing. 272
Football : Fans are a bit Dicked off with Rangers. 681
Football: Alex gets a Wright big boost. 216
Football: Beaks running scared of life ban on McLean. Mccabe, Alan 288
Football: Brave Leeds in pole position after a return to hell; BESIKTAS 0 LEEDS UNITED 0. 687
Football: CAUGHT IN THE FRONTS LINE; Advocaat faces up to his biggest Ibrox D-day. Mcleman, Neil 1165
Football: Celts blew it last time they had nine reasons to smile. Haggerty, Anthony 345
Football: Crocked ace Grady banks on trip south. 129
Football: DONS GIVE EBBE CASH FOR THREE NEW STARS; But Cormack is counting the pennies. Mccabe, Alan 582
Football: DUNNE DEAL; Richard gets Royle seal of approval. 745
Football: Durie is a Jambo. 151
Football: ECHOES OF 1988 AS BHOYS CHASE TITLE. Grahame, Ewing 381
Football: EIND RESULT IS SIMPLY FINE; Scholes gets Reds going after Dutch scare them. 771
Football: Elliott: I took on racists and won. Gardner, John 355
Football: EX-CELT HARALD SHOWS DANES HOW TO BE A FLOP. 101
Football: Eyal be off at New Year if my Celtic heartache goes on. 194
Football: I CAN SAVE GERS EURO DREAM CAUGHT IN THE FRONTS LINE; Charbonnier ready to step in for Klos. Haggerty, Anthony 456
Football: I knew I had to join Celtic when Martin used ashtrays to talk about football; RANGERS NIL, CELTIC WON: NEW BHOY DOUGLAS REVEALS HOW O'NEILL'S GIFT OF THE GAB CONVINCED HIM TO TURN HIS BACK ON ADVOCAAT AND IBROX. Grahame, Ewing 802
Football: I WAS SO STUPID TO GET SENT OFF; Rae fears worst over moment of madness. Mccabe, Alan 565
Football: Lazio star gave me the worst abuse I've heard; DISGUSTED: SHOCKED VIEIRA SLAMS LAZIO ACE SINISA MIHAJLOVIC AFTER ENDURING A SICKENING STRING OF RACIAL SLURS. Marshall, Alan 836
Football: No Capp in hand return for Boswell. 149
Football: Our kid Stu will shrug off agony. 139
Football: Players chief declares war on race hate. 196
Football: pounds 328m TV deal is off. 144
Football: Rivaldo's hero in San Siro. 425
Football: ROBBO CHASES SERIE A STARS. 176
Football: Robson hot on trail of Serie A duo. 156
Football: Sturm warning over de Boer. Kane, Desmond 394
Football: UEFA REFUSE TO OVERTURN PETROV'S EURO BOOKING. 95
Football: Zitelli's on for capital derby. 246
Foreign waters. Calder, Marjorie 576
Games girl Kylie. 99
Horse Racing: DOPE ACCUSED WALK FREE. Owen, Garry 420
I survived pub nail bomb .. now this. 317
I WAS WRONG ABOUT DARREN; Doctor admits mistake. 182
Iron will at work. 174
IT'S HOW HE WOULD HAVE WANTED IT; No great fuss or show of emotion as Scotland says goodbye to Dewar. Smith, Steve 1042
Just Joan; He says boss made him sleep with her. Burnie, Joan 1031
LOYAL WHITTON TELLS OF VISION FOR AN EQUAL SCOTLAND. Smith, Anna 327
MUM IN 3 HOUR SIEGE; Workman hostage. 215
No frills - just one red rose on the coffin; THE FLORIST. 162
No fuss in minister's heartfelt tributes. Burnie, Joan 253
OAP GOES FOR HAIRDO AFTER CLOSE SHAVE. 163
Pension funds up for grabs in divorce. 198
PEOPLE'S FAREWELL; On the streets of his beloved city, respect and an ocean of tears. Page, Cara; Mccolm, Euan 766
RAIL FAT CAT: I OUIT; pounds 400,000 boss 'distraught' at latest deaths on his network. Moore, Ron 803
Record View; Farewell from ordinary folk is the best tribute. 594
Robbie's saviours; otr.. Off The Record. Dingwall, John 479
ROD LEADS WEMBLEY WIZARDS. Fulton, Rick 198
Rugby: Muir's tricky Royal visit. 250
Rugby: Taylor set to make first cap; Simon gets Geech nod. Duncan, Roddy 375
SACKING RULES 'NOT MUCH COP'. Davidson, Fiona 180
Sainsbury's check out OK. 175
SAVED BY SUPERGRAN; Mum and gran rescue kids from fireball as car explodes in street. Sharp, Marie 447
Scare on Scots line. 108
Scotland has lost a man of wisdom, justice, integrity and compassion; Here are some more of your contributions to the Daily Record's Book of Condolence which we set up after the death of First Minister Donald Dewar. 812
Shy Robbie rears head at last; otr.. Off The Record. Dingwall, John 628
Slim pickings for the dieters; PICK OF THE BOX. 370
Snooker: Quinten Hanns it to Ronnie; UPDATE. 442
Solemn duty for emergency workers; THE PALL BEARERS. 154
Sounds system; A recently-married couple really do have the music in them, writes MARJORIE CALDER. Calder, Marjorie 533
Spice fight Jimmy flashes goldcard. 141
Such a very Scottish affair..the emotions were kept in check but were all around. Burnie, Joan 941
Taransay scare as 'bomb' is found. Moncur, James 223
Terriers perfect in France's boar war; Pets. O'Grady, Richard 525
The car that does 0-60mph in the time it takes you to read this headline. Smith, Steve 389
THE JOY OF GIVING FOR LOTTO WINNER; Ray hands out pounds 5.7m. Disley, Jan 224
The voice of Basil Brush dies. 121
Touch down for the morning-after pill. Anderson, Deborah 164
Touching tribute from a close pal. Smith, Anna 364
Two songs that struck a chord. 147
VOICE OF SCOTLAND; TIME TO BAN FIREWORKS. 479
WE'LL MAKE HIS DREAM REAL; Brown vow as he honours an old friend. Smith, Anna 1020
Weirdo jailed for bid to kidnap shop worker. 156
You'll never work in this town again; Liz Hurley ignored her union to cross a picket line to make an advert. Now the Hollywood knives are out for the star. Tweedie, Katrina 824
Zoe takes a punch at Judy. 172

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