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Ryder

Susan, Baroness Ryder of Warsaw. 1923--2000, British philanthropist; founder of the Sue Ryder Foundation for the Sick and Disabled, which is funded by a chain of charity shops: married to Leonard Cheshire
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That led Ryder to slash prices by 10 percent for vehicles in inventory.
Sefton Magistrates' Court heard that Ryder, 32, kicked the officers when they spoke to him at his partner's address on March 8 this year.
Planning and discussions with several countries and governments remain in the early stages following the success of last year's Ryder Cup in Paris, where Europe beat the USA.
That line was famously uttered by Ralphie in the movie A Christmas Story to describe his personal equalizer and faithful sidekick, the one-and-only Red Ryder BB Gun.
The singer, who is from the Rhondda Valley and lived in the Conwy Valley with Mr Ryder, who is from Llanrwst, sold more than 20 million discs with Steps.
Securities and Exchange Commission, will assign an 'A-' rating to Ryder System, Inc.'s (Ryder) proposed issuance of three-year, $300 million senior unsecured notes.
World ranking: 4 Ryder Cups: 4 (2008, 2012, 2014, 2016)
19 June 2018 - Miami, US-based commercial fleet management company Ryder System, Inc.
Ryder System announced it has completed the acquisition of all outstanding equity of Metro Truck & Tractor Leasing.
LUKE DONALD warned the USA that holding all the Majors will mean nothing at the Ryder Cup after being named as a surprise vicecaptain yesterday.
SKELTON has become the first UK town to get a Sue Ryder "superstore".
In fact, some of them even have horrible memories of being bullied, like "Stranger Things" star Winona Ryder.