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terry

1. an uncut loop in the pile of towelling or a similar fabric
2. 
a. a fabric with such a pile on both sides
b. (as modifier): a terry towel

Terry

1. Dame Ellen. 1847--1928, British actress, noted for her Shakespearean roles opposite Sir Henry Irving and for her correspondence with George Bernard Shaw
2. (John) Quinlan . born 1937, British architect, noted for his works in neoclassical style, such as the Richmond riverside project (1984)
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December 2011 - The CPS charge Terry and his racial abuse case with Ferdinand goes to court.
The issue is whether Mr Terry uttered the words f***g black c**t as an insult.
Now that the court has fixed a date for trial, Mr Terry looks forward to the opportunity to clear his name," the player's legal firm Grosvenor Law LLP said in a statement.
A judge is due to sentence Terry on June 1 - less than two weeks before England's first game of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
But City defender Bridge, 29, snubbed Terry, also 29, when the former England skipper extended his arm and moved on to greet goalkeeper Henrique Hilario instead.
The ruling made last Friday, after Terry learned a newspaper was about to reveal the affair, banned the reporting of even the existence of a legal gag.
Terry was not in the squad for yesterday's FA Cup tie at Watford.
During August's Democratic National Convention in Denver, Terry was among 13 protestors who were arrested after they blocked a public street and ignored police orders to move.
Late last December, DuCasse says, she invited Jamiel Terry to visit her Los Angeles home, where he stayed off and on for the next seven months, putting together plans to defeat his father--who was running for a Florida state senate seat--and other antigay candidates.
That's just how my personality is,'' Terry Soltani said.
Quinlan Terry has ploughed a lonely architectural furrow in an era during which the West largely repudiated its history in favour of spiritual emptiness, pseudo-sentimental supposedly 'caring' attitudes, vulgarity, and self-advertisement.