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  • proper n. A male given name.


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  • On the plane I got chatting to a guy called Euan who's on his gap year before starting uni and on the mini bus we talked to four other British people who had graduated and two of whom are starting training contracts in September too. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • "Euan," I said, foolish as a flattered schoolboy, and as awkward.

    The Hidden Children

  • A youthful 13-man squad featuring players such as Euan Chalmers, Mathew Parker and Stewart Chalmers will depart for Africa more than a week in advance of the four-day match on January

    The Daily Record - Home

  • "Euan," said Mary Trevert, "I want to talk to you.

    The Yellow Streak

  • "Euan," the girl asked as she gave him her hand, "who is this man

    The Yellow Streak

  • "Euan," the girl began in a nervous, hasty way, "I have to go to Holland at once.

    The Yellow Streak

  • 'Euan' with a tripping lack of hesitation -- even with a certain natural tenderness -- "

    The Hidden Children

  • "Euan," she said in a quiet voice, "I know how hard it is for us to remain silent in the first flush of what has so sweetly happened to us both.

    The Hidden Children

  • "Euan," she said, still smiling at me, "I think that I could be your friend -- if you do truly wish it.

    The Hidden Children

  • “Why the hell does he have her batting left-handed?” questioned Euan.

    Parents Behaving Badly


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