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Definition funny of Geldard:
A term meaning someone who has got so tanked up and is so pissed off that theyre aint noone gonna beat his ass!!! The dude you avoid on a Friday night
Ahh shit mate, look hes gone all Geldard!!! Someones gonna get fecked up!!!
Songs about Geldard:
Entre les trouts de la mémoire (feat. Jon Hiseman, Guy Barker, Stuart Brooks, John Thirkell & Bill Geldard) by Barbara Thompson from the Album Heavenly Bodies
Flights of Fancy (feat. Jon Hiseman, Guy Barker, Stuart Brooks, John Thirkell, Bill Geldard, Quentin Williams,... by Barbara Thompson from the Album Heavenly Bodies
Tibetan Sunrise (feat. Jon Hiseman, Guy Barker, Stuart Brooks, John Thirkell, Bill Geldard, Patrick Halling, Robin... by Barbara Thompson from the Album Heavenly Bodies
Trumpet Blues and Cantabile (arr. B. Geldard) by Marten Adolfsson from the Album Feel Good Music
Books about Geldard:
Counselling Adolescents: The Proactive Approach for Young People 3rd (third) Edition by Geldard, Kathryn, Geldard... (1000)
Counselling Children: A Practical Introduction 4th (fourth) Edition by Geldard, Kathryn, Geldard, David, Yin Foo... (0010)
Biography - Geldard, Frank A(rthur) (1904-1984): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)
Basic Personal Counselling Geldard by David Geldard (Nov 1989)
Albert Geldard by Albert Geldard (1989)
North Wales Classics: Tremadog, Cwm Silyn, Llanberis Pass Cloggy, Lliwedd, Tryfan, Idwal, Carneddau: Rock Climbing... (0100)
Counselling Adolescents The Proactive Approach for Young People by Geldard, Kathryn, Geldard, David [SAGE Publications... (Jan 2, 0009)
Wiki information Geldard:
Albert Geldard was an English professional footballer who played as an outside right for Bradford Park Avenue, Everton, Bolton Wanderers and Darwen. At Everton he won the FA Cup Final in 1933. He made four appearances for England during 1933–1937. At...
Robert Alan Geldard is a British cyclist. He was born in Manchester. He won a bronze medal in the team pursuit at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, together with David Ricketts, Tommy Godvin and Wilfred Waters.