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Rangers may refer to:
 
Rangers may refer to:
 
* [[The Lone Ranger]]: who with his trusty side kick/special friend Tonto have become crime fighters throughout the wild west.  
 
* [[The Lone Ranger]]: who with his trusty side kick/special friend Tonto have become crime fighters throughout the wild west.  
* [[US Rangers]]: a unit on on par with the British Womens Auxillary Balloon Corps.
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* [[US Rangers]]: a unit on a par with the British Womens Auxillary Balloon Corps.
* [[Glasgow Rangers]]: a Scottish Premier League Team many of whose fans prefer Ian Paisley to the Pope. No surrender (except in the SPL, obviously) ''(...obviously!)''
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* [[Glasgow Rangers]]: a Scottish Premier League Team many of whose fans prefer Ian Paisley to the Pope. No surrender! (except in the SPL, obviously) ''(...obviously!)''
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* [[Texas Rangers]]: Wild West lawman down in Texas. Crap 1993 movie with Chuck Norris.
 
* [[Tolkien Rangers]]: Bunch of blokes wandering the wilderness in Middle Earth - may be a totally lost and scattered TA unit.
 
* [[Tolkien Rangers]]: Bunch of blokes wandering the wilderness in Middle Earth - may be a totally lost and scattered TA unit.

Revision as of 20:56, 9 May 2006

Rangers may refer to:

  • The Lone Ranger: who with his trusty side kick/special friend Tonto have become crime fighters throughout the wild west.
  • US Rangers: a unit on a par with the British Womens Auxillary Balloon Corps.
  • Glasgow Rangers: a Scottish Premier League Team many of whose fans prefer Ian Paisley to the Pope. No surrender! (except in the SPL, obviously) (...obviously!)
  • Texas Rangers: Wild West lawman down in Texas. Crap 1993 movie with Chuck Norris.
  • Tolkien Rangers: Bunch of blokes wandering the wilderness in Middle Earth - may be a totally lost and scattered TA unit.