Ward 2: Broxburn, Uphall and Winchburgh Diane Calder - SNP - 1898Janet Campbell - SNP - 583Angela Doran - Labour - 1324June Douglas - Scottish Greens - 256Chris Horne - Conservatives - 1897Elaine Mallon - Scottish Trade Unionist and Socialist coalition - 57Audrey Middleton - Labour - 313Pippa Plevin - SNP - 422John Woods - Lib Dems - 217.
Elected: Diane Calder (stage 1); Janet Campbell (9); Angela Doran (3); Chris Horne (1).
There is still no categorical answer as to why humans, and no other species, have speech, or why speech is the way it is.
Several purely anatomical arguments have been put forward, but they have been shown to be false, biologically implausible, or of limited scope. doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00575 Pubmed Abstract | Pubmed Full Text | Cross Ref Full Text | Google Scholar Ghazanfar, A.
I hope I’ve done a good job over the years and I can certainly give an assurance I will continue to work hard on their behalf.”FULL RESULTSWard 1: Linlithgow Tom Conn - Labour - 1060David Tait - SNP - 1160Elected: Tom Conn (stage 5); Tom Kerr (1); David Tait (7).
Percentage poll was 59%.74 rejected papers, quota of votes for candidates to be elected was 1182.
Homeless, the PRCL went looking for ice — and found it at the struggling VCC.
Founded 10 years earlier as an informal drop-in league, the PRCL was the first league for gay curlers in western Canada, and it was growing in popularity — until UBC decided to shut the deteriorating curling facility.
At about the same time, the going was rough over at the Vancouver Curling Club.
The enthusiasm with which the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community has launched itself into curling — and the benefits of that relationship — can be seen right across Canada.
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