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ludo

Brit a simple board game in which players advance counters by throwing dice
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Initially, Ludo doesn't remember her, though some witty flashbacks to their school days patch in the backstory for viewers, as well as providing a base for their future attraction.
Ludo Roy had four or five great saves and the fact he was man of the match tells the story.
I suppose he intends the spirit of his rant to cause such Ma Vie en Rose moments as when the DIT (dyke in training) defends Ludo.
They lived in London for 20 years before their move to Wales, and Ludo gave up his job as a TV producer to manage their new farm business.
But Kate, 45, and Ludo, 52, have built a thriving business, Humble By Nature, raising sheep, pigs and cows, running country craft and cookery courses and establishing the country's first "aquaponics" project - intensive, sustainable, environmentally friendly food farming.
He has relished a period in the UK filming his hugely successful Dorset-based ITV series, Harbour Lives, and admits his resolve to travel back to remote corners of the globe is severely challenged when Ludo pleads tearfully: "Don't go away, Daddy".
Police launched Operation Ludo in a bid to nab the suspects, who were all caught on camera at the time the thefts and shoplifting offences were committed in Northumberland.
Kate and her Bafta-winning TV producer husband Ludo Graham hope to enter a joint venture with Monmouthshire County Council under which the authority, which currently owns the land, would retain a 30% interest in the holding as an investment.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS: GLAD FAST HEW RAVE EWER AKA AMI D DECEASED SEDUCE TEL CHR I S BURN I NSTEAD AREA NEO FLESH SAG CENT AN IMALS APSE SL I DE APT FERR I S EARL I EST LUDO TWO PARE OSLO ANN EM I R THEN WEETHINKER: Across: 1 Eden; 4 Croak; 7 Heave; 8 Shape; 9 Nurse; 10 Maple syrup; 14 Litter; 16 Report; 17 Philistine; 22 Lilac; 23 Denim; 25 Apple; 26 Easel; 27 Stir.
Herbert chief executive Ludo Keston introduced guests to the exhibition, which will run until January 11 at the city centre venue in Jordan Well.
Palfrey inadvertently plays matchmaker for Ludo when she recommends her favorite film, "Brief Encounter," to him, and, at the video store, Ludo collides with another customer, Gwendolyn (Zoe Tapper of "Stage Beauty"), who becomes his girlfriend.