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wild

1. (of animals) living independently of man; not domesticated or tame
2. (of plants) growing in a natural state; not cultivated
3. living in a savage or uncivilized way
4. (of a card, such as a joker or deuce in some games) able to be given any value the holder pleases
5. a desolate, uncultivated, or uninhabited region
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Ms Wilding, who retired as chief constable of South Wales Police in 2009 and has been head of Cardiff Met's governing body for 18 months, said past experiences had been invaluable.
In 1934, when Wilding was born, England was in the throes of the Great Depression and on the brink of war.
Simon Christie, defending, said Wilding was "a respectable man who had fallen on very hard times".
Wilding said Arzanah would have a tennis academy, aquatic centre, indoor sports arena, world-class mall, international school, beach club and hotels and serviced apartments.
Shamed Wilding looked at the floor throughout the hearing at Bradford crown court.
After the meeting Mr Wilding said: "In many ways I shall be sad to leave the company.
The town's magistrates heard off-duty Wilding punched Boswell in the face to stop his attack.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- The film BUDDHA WILD MONK IN THE HUT made by Anna Wilding and produced by Carpe Diem Films Los Angeles, is opening on more screens.
It would almost be fair to characterize that we constantly consider bonds as a funding mechanism for future planning,'' said Michael Wilding, vice president of student services.
Simon Wilding officiated in four youth games last season and is also qualified to ref matches involving young GIRLS.
Stephen Barber's pounds 81,248 job was axed when consultant Paul Wilding recommended splitting the assembly from the Association of North East Councils.
Nick Wilding demonstrates how his interests in cryptography related closely to those in developing a universal language for philosophy.