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Darcy

(James) Les(lie). 1895--1917, Australian boxer and folk hero, who lost only five professional fights and was never knocked out, considered a martyr after his death from septicaemia during a tour of the United States

darcy

[′där·sē]
(physics)
A unit of permeability, equivalent to the passage of 1 cubic centimeter of fluid of 1 centipoise viscosity flowing in 1 second under a pressure of 1 atmosphere through a porous medium having a cross-sectional area of 1 square centimeter and a length of 1 centimeter.
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"I'm raising money for the British Heart Foundation, a charity close to us with Darcy having had a serious heart condition: complete atrioventricular septal defect (AVSD)." James is doing the marathon for a children's charity.
Darcy was booked to ride Volkis O'Blue for trainer Andy Slattery but did not show up at the Kildare track and Martin Ferris capitalised on the 25-1 chance in the 2m6f handicap hurdle.
It portrays Mr Darcy as a duck who wears a very tall top hat, and lives at the edge of Pemberley Park.
This workshop conceived and arranged jointly by BIG AIMS, Australian Consulate General Mumbai & supported by Australian High Commission, New Delhi, saw Darcy Prendergast speak with passion about his journey through the world of animation, unfurling one creative clip after another each bearing the testimony of the creative genius that he is.
Nine of these were drilled at the Darcy Zinc Deposit, four at the Andrew Zinc Deposit, and seven to test for mineralisation along the soil geochemistry anomaly to the north east of the Andrew Deposit.
Darcy was brought to safety, unharmed and reunited with her mum.
It is, therefore, my chief concern in this paper to navigate through various aspects of the love relation between Elizabeth and Darcy, ranging from gaining attention through admiration to love and finally entering the state of matrimony.
Darcy Knapp-Fricks serves in a variety of industries including real estate, investments, cattle production, ranching and self-storage.
Six-year-old Darcy Stone from Rhiwbina, Cardiff, was diagnosed with the disease just days before her third birthday.
In their new one for 2018, "Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe," financial advisor Darcy Fitzwilliam (Chabert) heads home to visit her family for the holidays.
BY MICHAEL SCULLY DECLAN DARCY claims Mickey Harte is one of the 'Godfathers' of Gaelic Football management.
The politician launched the astonishing attack on Darcy May, 19, after she had questioned his commitment to part of the constituency.