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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (August 19, 2004)

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# There's only a certain amount you can do with your hickory-dickory; STRACHAN'S VERDICT ON PUPPETRY OF THE PENIS. 653
'WINDOWS OK' AT TOT DEATH FLATS; Flowers laid for tragic Ross. 290
3400 KIDS ARE HIT BY AUTISM. 259
An angel to guide you; 'Business angels help early stage businesses who have insufficient capital of their own to lever other funding'. 464
AUTISM AGONY OF 3400 SCOTS KIDS; First ever study into disorder Exclusive. 336
BAN ROAD RAGE OAP FOR LIFE; Plea from bride-to-be. 249
BAR FFUME BRAWL; Gloves come off as pub bosses claim cigs ban will cost 30k jobs. 851
BAR FUME BRAWL; Gloves are off as pub bosses claim cigs ban will cost jobs. 457
Bend it like an Olympian; Athletes stretch their bodies to the limit in bid for medals. 325
Birthday Beast; Attacker gets 6 years for girl's rape ordeal. 206
BLAIR BOMB SCARE AT HOLIDAY VILLA; Device planted close to hideaway. 484
Boxing: Doc's world title boost. 151
Boxing: INJIN FIGHTER; Scott's to take on Chi as he embarks on a plan to rule the world. 469
Bradford & Bingley. 82
Bride charge. 93
Building a reputation. 162
Business briefing. 138
Business briefing. 484
Business briefing. 366
Business briefing. 122
Business briefing. 196
BUSINESS INSIDER: Business in Brief. 203
BUSINESS INSIDER: GOOGLE SLASH SHARE PRICE; Value drops billions. 285
Charles praises heroes. 180
Cities will tag worst teen neds. 180
Club back sex pest. 81
Cosgrove: Scots bosses must look out for each other; 'Jose Mourinho is full of himself'. 611
COURT LETS CHILD PORN DOC GO FREE; He vows to work with the old. 305
Cricket: Lara says Windies can pass final Test. 122
Cricket: Lara says Windies can pass final Test; UPDATE. 150
DAD'S pounds 600 TAXI DASH TO SEE SON; Anxious race to hospital. 301
Did you know.. 229
Donna surveys her route to a top career. 307
DRIFTER TO STAND TRIAL FOR BACKPACKER KILLING. 185
Drug mum sent down. 88
Employment FOCUS: Rebooting your career; Paisley University IT courses lead to industry-standard qualifications. 530
Flights moans take off. 168
FLOOD DANGER OF MELTING ALPS. 103
FLOOD TRAPS FIFTY; RAF airlift drama as landslides hit roads RESCUE TEAMS AIRLIFT SCOTS FROM MUD TRAP Landslides block roads. 399
Football: Ally sticks up for row boss Kenny. 268
Football: Beattie's still crocked. 194
Football: BECK TO BASICS; Skipper puts Euro flop behind him to inspire Sven's men England 3 Ukraine 0. 755
Football: BECK TO BASICS; Skipper puts Euro flop behind him to inspire Sven's men; England 3 Ukraine 0. 695
Football: BRUTE FARCE; Hungary U21s 4 Scotland U21s 2 Bonhof snaps as Hungarian thugs escape Scot-free. 929
Football: BUILDING UP A HEAD OF TEAM; Elliott: New Blues boss has spirit to win title. 547
Football: Caley: Please sign on before Sunday. 295
Football: Caley: We hope he'll be here to face us. 246
Football: Dane's desperate for supporters to regain that old Loven feeling. 621
Football: Don't write me off says axed Kenny. 460
Football: EARLY CASE OF LIVER DAMAGE; NEW STAR NUNEZ CROCKED ALREADY. 588
Football: Fenwick in a rush. 159
Football: Fenwick race on. 120
Football: Fernando completes Dons revolution. 465
Football: Hammer time for loan Ranger Mo. 95
Football: Hammers time for loan Ranger Ross. 95
Football: Hart warmer as John heads Welsh to glory; Latvia 0 Wales 2. 324
Football: HART WARMER; Latvia 0 Wales 2 Celtic ace is hot stuff in Latvia. 433
Football: HE'LL BE AS BIG AS ZOLA; SCOTLAND LEGEND ON BHOYS' AMAZING TRANSFER SWOOPMAZING TRANSFER SWOOP. 965
Football: Hodges hedges bets with new boys; Latvia U21 0 Wales U21 0. 329
Football: HUNG OUT TO DRY AGAIN DRY AGAIN; Berti doesn't have an answer as his boys are whipped; Scotland 3 Hungary 0. 1043
Football: HUNG OUT TO DRY AGAIN; We're on the road to nowhere .. and Berti still doesn't have any answers Scotland 0 Hungary 3. 1456
Football: I stop goals 'cos I was too lazy to score them; SAYS DUNDEE KEEPER DEREK SOUTAR. 1022
Football: I WAS READY TO HAUL MY KIDS HOF; Rainer rage as referee ignores elbow assault; Hungary U21 4 Scotland U21 2. 871
Football: IRISH ON SWISS ROLL; Switzerland 0 N Ireland 0. 163
Football: JEERO WORSHIP; Craig: Pars fans will turn on Jimmy 'cos he was their idol. 432
Football: JUNINHO: I'M ALMOST A CELT; Brazilian star on brink of signing Parkhead deal. 341
Football: JUNINHO: I'M ALMOST A CELT; Brazilian star set to sign. 326
Football: Kieron's in Dyer trouble. 153
Football: Livi not de-Prest. 125
Football: Man by Man. 465
Football: McCall's ready to hand Paul United debut at Livi. 124
Football: McKenna's leg-up gives Craig boost. 174
Football: Moore will need to be medal pro. 195
Football: Moore will need to be medal pro. 194
Football: New role is on the cards. 127
Football: New role is on the cards. 129
Football: On Tuesday I was marking Inter and Barca stars .. next week it's back to Clyde and Falkirk; MADASCHI'S IN SUPERSTAR COMPANY. 981
Football: Pasquinelli is Caldo's last signing. 163
Football: Pet rescue in time to rattle Republic; Rep Ireland 1 Bulgaria 1. 308
Football: Pet rescue's just in time to rattle Irish; Rep Ireland 1 Bulgaria 1. 308
Football: SCOTLAND V HUNGARY: KEY MOMENTS. 502
Football: Strong signal. 115
Football: Wallace is star in waiting. 254
Football: WATCH YOUR TEAM IN THE CIS INSURANCE CUP. 345
Football: WE'LL PROVE YYOU WRONG; Valgaeren determined to end his hell and grab back a piece of Paradise. 755
Football: WE'RE FACING A SLO DEATH; Slovenia could turn Scots over admits fed-up skipper Baz. 756
Football: What a load of Szabolocs. 292
Football: Winger Wallace is star in waiting; Thommo and Hartson sink Killie at the double Win a chance to commentate on the next Old Firm game! 268
Frances Traynor: Barking mad as meerkats gatecrash the Olympics; Animal Games BBC1, Monday. 174
Frances Traynor: DID YOU SEE? 318
Frances Traynor: How many mentally unstable people can one cop show have? The Bill ITV, Wednesday. 430
Frances Traynor: TERRESTRIAL PICK OF THE DAY. 687
Frances Traynor: THIS IS ONE FOR THE BOYS; Borat's Television Programme Channel 4, Friday. 191
GANG NAB pounds 25 , 000 CARRY-OUT; Trailer load of beer stolen. 366
Gang's pounds 25k carry-out. 91
Gers ace fined for speeding. 178
Getting it Exaktly right; When an electrical engineer couldn't find the right tool for a DIY job, he decided to take the matter further. Now he owns a company that sells a pretty special saw, writes CRAIG COWBROUGH. 544
GOLF: Lloyd Saltman. 80
Golf: Maggert missing again. 131
Golf: Seniors hit by weather. 117
Golf: Shanks a lot guys; Daz wants revenge. 377
HE'S LORD OF THE SPRINGS; Gandalf new Zebedee. 157
Healthy results in Big Apple; IRELAND & NY. 212
Healthy results. 92
Home service; Jobs boost as TK Maxx turn on the style at Scottish store. 461
HUGE REWARD IF YOU FIND MY TINY PONIES; Miniature animals snatched from field. 421
I'm in for the long haul; It's been a tough three years for the Wardrop family but, writes JANICE BURNS, dad Stan is determined to build a better future for his family... which is why he set up his own haulage business. 1028
It's snap crackle & bang. 210
Just Joan : 'I had an affair with my manager and now he keeps picking on me'. 162
Just Joan: Telly shows are coming between me and my wife. 374
Just Joan: Will doc blab about sex infection? 439
Just Joan: Wind woes are ruining my life. 178
Kitt's cafe is cool for cats. 139
LESLIE GIRL IS FLOORED BY STRESS; Angela rushed to hospital. 375
Looking the business; Could an image stylist really help you make the most of business opportunites? Kate Oliver is so convinced she's set up her own consultancy business. Here, John Penman puts her work to the test. 959
Low jets link to tragedy. 232
MONSTER SUCCESS. 82
Mugged Nurse's battle for life in his hospital; Wife tells of nightmare. 441
MURDER ACCUSED 'TRIED TO BRIBE VICTIM'S MUM'. 204
Net ban for fishermen. 87
NOT A HAPPY BUNNY BOILER; BB's Michelle gets heckled in her home town. 321
Off the Record. 442
Parents' blast at the MoD. 153
Passport to success; Never touched a computer before? Or maybe you're quite competent, but don't have any paperwork to prove it. Whether you're a total beginner or a bit of an expert, there's an IT qualification that's right for you. 742
Racing: EAGLEEYE. 160
Racing: KNOCKING AT THE DOOR; Avon calling in thrilling Nunthorpe showdown. 471
Reach your peak; LOU PRENDERGAST on the search for budding Scottish entrepreneurs willing to let reality TV help them on the road to their first million. 509
REBEL CLERIC ACCEPTS PEACE PACT. 128
Record Business insider: GOOGLE SLASH SHARE PRICE; Value drops billions. 273
Record Business insider: IN BRIEF - Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee. 103
Record Business insider: IN BRIEF - Financial Ombudsman. 95
Record Business insider: IN BRIEF - Rentokil. 111
Record Pets: The way to buy a puppy not a pup. 536
Record View: Consultation runs out of puff. 330
Record View: Drugs shame. 89
Record View: Thank you. 96
ROCKY HORROR SHORES; 80ft waves lob boulders. 222
SATELLITE PICK OF THE DAY. 454
Save our Sara: AUTHOR JK HELPS KEEP CASH ROWLING IN. 217
Save our Sara: How you can help. 275
Save our Sara: KING OF THE CASTLE; Your chance to visit the set of TV's Monarch. 288
Save our Sara: Sam touched by girl's plight. 208
Security tight for 'terror' 8. 181
Seize the opportunity; LOU PRENDERGAST reports on an organisation working hard to boost training and employment for ethinic minorities. 427
Shari Low: GRANT WOULD SUIT ME TO A TEE. 276
Shari Low: If my eyebrows slip further I'll have a handlebar moustache. 744
Shari Low: incidentally. 89
Shari Low: New diet smells of success; TRAINING DIARY. 404
Sidebar: Sign up to safeguard your data. 379
Social work perv shame. 86
Sports Hotline. 703
Strength through support; Businesswoman Joan Callaghan lost her fight against cancer but her lingerie firm legacy gives courage to others JIM GOUGH. 584
Strengthening economy offers firm prospects; What better time to consider setting up your own business? 394
TERMINAL BOREDOM; Being forced to live in an airport is far from plane and simple, as our man found out. 1216
TERROR IN THE GLEN; 57 AIRLIFTED TO SAFETY AFTER THEY ARE STRANDED BY LANDSLIDE. 800
TERROR IN THE GLEN; 57 AIRLIFTED TO SAFETY AFTER THEY ARE STRANDED BY LANDSLIDES. 838
THE ODD FLUTTER; PUNTERS' TASTE FOR BIZARRE BETS Researchers at Salford University have demonstrated that the Scots psyche makes them more up for a bet. Here gambling expert Graham Sharpe explores our fixation with having a flutter. 566
The Olympics 2004: Archery: WHO'S A OUIVER GIRL? It's an archer's soap opera as Alison hits target by staging late fightback to lead the Brits' medal charge. 1073
The Olympics 2004: Athletics: Drug test row stars withdraw. 89
The Olympics 2004: Badminton: Brit duo shuttle to final. 203
The Olympics 2004: Boxing: Ali is king of the ring again. 85
The Olympics 2004: Equestrianism: German stars are court in spotlight. 176
The Olympics 2004: Hockey: Lee: Loss could be Spain-ful. 113
The Olympics 2004: Judo: KO blow as Kate bows out. 98
The Olympics 2004: Swimming: Final chance for Scot Tait. 174
The Razz: A Sting in Peas' tale. 92
The Razz: CARPET TACT. 108
The Razz: CARPET TACT. 108
The Razz: Freaky show. 82
The Razz: Jodie Marsh. 90
The Razz: Jodie Marsh. 90
The Razz: MADGE IS OVER THE HILL; Winehouse attack on the 'old lady' of pop. 287
The Razz: Scarlett pimpernel. 102
The Razz: showbuzz. 85
The Razz: Slater flees the Nest to watch pal. 225
The Razz: Star choice for Pam. 149
The Razz: Star choice for Pam. 149
Things you should never do to your kids. 139
Think tank! Firms foundation for future; Scottish Enterprise Chief Executive Jack Perry, Deputy First Minister Jim Wallace and business tycoon Tom Hunter explore how best to encourage new start-ups to help boost our economy. 1386
Thunderbugs are go. 100
Tragedy of dying tots. 80
Value Added; From dealing with the latest rules on making your business more tax efficient to untangling the maze of copyrights and patents, our experts have all the answers at their fingertips. 643
We talked to the man from the Pru and he shouted: F*** you; EXCLUSIVE. 472
Website is a job lot. 106
What's your call? Small firms are incraesingly turning their backs on the tradional lease. Ken Welsby looks at two altrenatives: serviced offices and buying. 737
Where the East is best; It's 12 years since the man behind the Budda bar chain was converted from the property business to the licensed trade - and he's never looked back, writes JIM GOUGH. 449
WHY IT'S NICE TO BE NICE; How many times have you been left furious by an act of rudeness? Tomorrow is National Good Manners Day and according to Scot Mark O'Dowd it's time to, politely, stand up and be counted, so we put the Scottish public's manners to the test. 1576
Workers join BA stoppage. 230
Workers join BA stoppage. 219
You are what you drive.. In the business world where so much can be won or lost by the way you project your company image, getting behind the best set of wheels your company can afford is not up for negotiation. 1012
Your view: Disaster restores faith in humanity; Comment OF THE DAY. 145
Your view: Help.. 152
Your view: Smoke screen. 96
Your view: Two faces. 98

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