Perhaps because such sage advice is in somewhat limited supply, much of what is said at these events has been said before and will likely be said again.With that in mind, let me give you graduates a two-part charge that I doubt you have heard in any graduation ceremony you have attended.Douglas began his career at Harlequins, before moving back north to the newly-formed Border Reivers in 2002.Douglas won his first cap for Scotland in the 37–10 win against Romania in November 2002.From 1970-75 he was Alumni Chair, Queens University Capital Program and was a former member of Queens University Council.Citation: "This officer, as Chief Flying Instructor at this school, has fulfilled all his duties in a very satisfactory manner.He has completed 1,400 flying hours, 1,209 of which have been instructional." Citation: "This officer has completed 1,200 hours of flying of which 870 have been instructional.Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! ** Representative team caps and points correct as of , 13 February 2008 (UTC).
During 1950-55, Annan served as Honorary Aide-de-Camp to the Rt. Categories: 1980 births | Living people | Rugby union props | Scottish rugby union players | Harlequin F. players | Llanelli Scarlets players | Scotland international rugby union players | Heriot's RC players * Professional club appearances and points counted for domestic first grade only and correct as of , (UTC).Bruce Andrew Ferguson Douglas (born 10 February 1980) is a Scottish rugby union footballer.He can be relied upon to carry through to completion the most difficult tasks.Flight Lieutenant Annan possesses organizing and administrative ability and has, at all times, been an outstanding flying instructor.