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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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Sydney [Australia], Dec 5 ( ANI ): Former National Rugby League (NRL) player Ben Darcy has been charged in a cocaine distribution ring bust in Sydney.
So, when Darcy unexpectedly proposes to her, Elizabeth strongly rejects him for his pride.
From football centre-half to rugby centre, Blake made an appearance alongside his New Tredegar teammates on Sunday night's Scrum V programme on BBC Wales, though after three appearances for the Rhymney Valley club, secretary Ray Davies admitted: "We'd all love to see Darcy playing football again because he is a talented lad.
In June 2014, over 200 million viewers tuned in to Britain's Got Talent to witness the birth of a phenomenon: the unveiling of an electrifying new illusionist, Darcy Oake.
Darcy Oake | He has since gone on to become an international magic champion and headlined at the iconic Magic Castle, made numerous television appearances, toured the globe and will now headline his first ever UK tour next autumn.
When doctors discovered that little Darcy had Edward's syndrome - which meant she had an extra chromosome - they told the baby's distraught parents that there was nothing they could do.
There are further clues to be found in Austen's linguistic choices as Darcy and Mr.
Darcy Gordon, 23, described her ordeal on the gigantic Star Flyer as the most horrifying experience of her life.
A reedicao de Elogio da diferenca e muito bem-vinda, seja porque houve avancos desde 1991, ano da primeira edicao, seja porque outros avancos propostos por Rosiska Darcy de Oliveira nao foram buscados, quica por serem pouco conhecidos.
Darcy, who was on hand at the Princeton Library last week, shared his story of how nine weeks in 1999 became a best seller in 2011.
Ben Darcy, whose family owned well-known North Eastern Tyre and Exhausts, has launched his own venture in the motor trade.
As if moving from Illinois to New Mexico wasn't challenge enough for Belle, a heeler that Darcy saved from abusive owners, she also discovers that there is no agility club in which she can compete.