dwigh

dwigh

[dwī]
(meteorology)
In Newfoundland, a sudden shower or snow storm. Also known as dwey; dwoy.
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WAYNA ANDR FRAN THIERROBB JERM MICHA F ALAN SHEARER 260 WAYNE ROONEY 208 ANDREW COLE 187 FRANK LAMPARD 177 THIERRY HENRY 175 ROBBIE FOWLER 163 JERMAIN DEFOE 161 MICHAEL OWEN 150 LES FERDINAND 149 TEDDY SHERINGHAM 146 ROBIN VAN PERSIE 144 SERGIO AGUERO 143 J HASSELBAINK 127 ROBBIE KEANE 126 NICOLAS ANELKA 125 DWIGHT YORKE 123 STEVEN GERRARD 120 IAN WRIGHT 113 DION DUBLIN 111 EMILE HESKEY 110 RYAN GIGGS 109 PAUL SCHOLES 107 DARREN BENT 106 PETER CROUCH 106 DIDIER DROGBA 104 HARRY KANE 102 MATTHEW LE TISSIER 100 ROMELU LUKAKU 99 SERGI F HA ROBB NICOL DWIGH STEVE W D RYAY N S DARRE MATTA H ROMEL MILESTONES ON WAY TO 100 No.
As Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater celebrates its forty-fifth this year, the company will revive Judith Jamison's 1993 tribute to Ailey, Hymm and perform repertory pieces and four new works by choreographers Dwigh Rhoden, Jennifer Muller, Robert Battle, and Alonzo King December 3-January q, 2004, at City Center.
Supieron recomponer a tiempo su camino y aprovechar el pinchazo de Guatemala para colarse a la fase final Ahora los trinitarios, mejor acoplados en su estilo, ruegan porque Dwigh Yorke siga inspirado y que "Pacho" Maturana los lleve a su segunda Copa del Mundo.
De los "viejos" solo llamaron a Fredy Garcia, Erik Miranda y Dwigh Pezzarozi, goleador del Palestino de Chile.