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n.1.(Zool.) The great bustard.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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With just five minutes gone flanker Paul Gustard scythed through Shoguns defence following good work from fullback Michael Horak and right-wing Paul Sackey.
Although flanker Paul Gustard's 68th-minute try set up a thrilling finale with a point the difference, Bristol's nerve held as fly-half Steven Vile kicked his fourth penalty.
Paul Gustard, Leicester's dynamic flanker, is included in an England squad for the first time as coach Clive Woodward makes his weekly adjustment to his World Cup hopefuls, writes TERRY COOPER.
"Eddie has his own way of doing things, but f**k it's effective," said Gustard (left), whose replacement John Mitchell has already made his mark.
"Quins play some good rugby and Paul Gustard has given them a steely edge since he joined them in the summer."
New Quins boss, Newcastle-born Paul Gustard - son of former Gosforth favourite Steve - called for calm, despite the rampant nature of their win in his first game in charge.
England will have a vacancy in their management set-up this summer when Paul Gustard departs to become team boss at Harlequins.
Gustard expressed his confidence in Solomona's ability to get up to speed as the squad began their preparations for Saturday's second Test in Santa Fe.
Seaton Delaval boss Graeme Redpath was plumping for the former after putting on Lee Gustard in the 72nd minute of the tie against Newcastle University - just after Jack Foalle had pulled a second goal back for the Northern Alliance League Premier Division Red Devils.
Wales pose the greatest threat yet, but defence coach Paul Gustard has hinted at a siege mentality within the camp by insisting England are only looking inwards.
ENGLAND may never have lost to Italy, but defence coach Paul Gustard knows from bitter experience the perils of complacency in Rome.