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drys

advocates of Prohibition in America. [Am. Hist.: Allen, 41]
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But the highlight of the day, organisers reveal, will be "the world-famous Bombino from Niger, bringing the sounds of the Tuareg tribe from the deserts of Africa to the little village of Kato Drys.
The city centre salon has launched Desk Dry, enabling women to have their hair blowdried at work by qualified stylists - from as early as 7am
Hard-line drys, such as Shumaker, were becoming more rigid about enforcement and frustrated at the failure of full compliance and prosecution of the law," Lantzer observes.
But the New York experience, of course, was hardly the victory drys had anticipated.
While Craig Heron treats the drys, opponents of alcohol, with respect, this book is indeed a wet history of drinking in Canada.
If the lads want to play with their wet 'n' drys or the girls with their anglegrinders, it's not unusual.
Mr Fischler and Mr Drys (Greek Agriculture Minister, and sitting Council President) want to see whether the compromise meets certain expectations of the Member States.
However, Greek Farm Minister and President of the Council, George Drys, said that they were working for a solution at the next Fisheries Council on June 12.
How CASA and its journalistic designated driver, The New York Times, handled the screw up reveals a lot about America's ongoing war between wets and drys.
These are followed by chapters on Spey and Dee styles, shrimps, tubes, Scandinavian styles, spun deer-hair drys and wets, and a few miscellaneous patterns.
Other hunting trophies that I take fishing include no-hackle drys with wings clipped from mallard or goose primary feathers.