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Darcy

(James) Les(lie). 1895--1917, Australian boxer and folk hero, who lost only five professional fights and was never knocked out, considered a martyr after his death from septicaemia during a tour of the United States

darcy

[′där·sē]
(physics)
A unit of permeability, equivalent to the passage of 1 cubic centimeter of fluid of 1 centipoise viscosity flowing in 1 second under a pressure of 1 atmosphere through a porous medium having a cross-sectional area of 1 square centimeter and a length of 1 centimeter.
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Darcy was treated at Alder Hey children's hospital on Merseyside and Clare said the BHF funds cardiac nurses there.
He is a big part of our plans, but I had to play Darcy after the way he played against Montenegro and Australia in the August friendly.
Who: Darcy Robinson, 11, from Stockton, and her dad Craig and stepmum Lesley, of Leeds.
Darcy, who came down with the ill-fated Castara Bay at Downpatrick on Sunday, sustained a laceration to his liver and bruising to his right lung and was kept in hospital for further x-rays, scans and observation.
It is the sort of humour which gets Darcy and her family, including brother Jordan, 16, through the gruelling hospital visits needed to keep check on the neurological disorder the youngster was born with.
lt;p>While Darcy acknowledged this would be a benefit of the project, he said that Red Hat also wants to help customers who have already expressed interest in moving to open-source middleware but have asked Red Hat to tell them "where to start" on a migration path.
the enigmatic and irresistible Mr Darcy, as portrayed by Colin Firth .
Darcy gets advice from his grandfather, a former minor leaguer, but Grandpa is becoming increasingly forgetful.
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The author of twenty books in ten years, Darcy Carter's editor considers her to be versatile an expert in everything from parenting to the NFL draft to online trading.
Jo Anne Darcy, a former Santa Clarita councilwoman and a senior deputy to Antonovich for nearly 19 years, has seen the debate over Val Verde's future from both sides.