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Definition of Gustard

Gustard
Gustard Gus"tard, n. (Zo["o]l.) The great bustard.

Meaning of Gustard from wikipedia

- Paul Gustard (born 2 February 1976) is a former rugby union footballer who pla**** for Leicester Tigers, London Irish and Saracens at flanker. He was captain...
- Gastard in 1428. In 1875 it was referred to in a directory as "Gastard (or Gustard)". Gastard Court is a medieval manor house with 17th-century mullioned...
- Gustardwood common is an area of common land just north of the village of Wheathampstead in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. The bulk of the common is now...
- coach: Eddie Jones Attack coach: Scott Wisemantel Defence coach: Paul Gustard Forwards coach: Steve Borthwick Scrum coach: Neal Hatley On 26 May 2018...
- Robshaw while the current Head of Rugby is former England defence coach Paul Gustard, with Billy Millard acting as the Club's General Manager. For sponsorship...
- percussion Emmett Elvin – keyboards, synth', sampler Andy "Mr. Custard" Gustard – guitar, percussion James Sedwardsguitar Emma ****van – trumpet, vocals...
- well for Exeter Chiefs". Retrieved 9 December 2011. "Rob Baxter and Paul Gustard to coach England in Argentina". Premiership Rugby. Retrieved 26 March 2013...
- Trinidad and Tobago won by 75 runs Queen's Park Oval, Trinidad Umpires: Patrick Gustard and Carl Tuckett Player of the match: Kyle Mayers (Windward Islands)...
- Final against Stade Francais, breaking his arm and being replaced by Paul Gustard. The following year he was an unused replacement as Leicester retained...
- Hospital, and after redevelopment opened on 3 October 1925 as the "Kate Ayres Gustard Convalescent Home", providing care for up to 24 women and children. Used...
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