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buddle

[′bəd·əl]
(mining engineering)
A device for concentrating ore that uses a circular arrangement from which the finely divided ore is delivered in water from a central point, the heavier particles sinking and the lighter particles overflowing.
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Delaney then got his second on 66 when he caught Buddle out and turned and twisted before rolling the ball into the net.
People who have watched Buddle describe him as reliable in front of goal, with pace to burn.
Buddle's representative Richard Motzkin, managing executive of Wasserman Media Group Global Football Group, confirmed on Twitter: "For those asking, my client Edson Buddle will be on trial this week at Everton FC.
In the first part of the book, Buddle shows that women working in BC were more likely to be married than those living elsewhere in Canada, and that most married women in the BC labour force were self-employed.
2002), Reino Unido (ALLEN & SAUNDERS, 1976; BUDDLE & TWOMEY, 2002), Austria, Suica, Noruega, Australia, Nova Zelandia (BUDDLE & TWOMEY, 2002), Africa do Sul (LABUSCAGNE, 2009) e Brasil (DESROSIERS, 2008), porem a falta de diagnosticos precisos que determinem a causa exata da morte e que tambem diferencie a PIDS de outras afeccoes gastrointestinais dificulta a determinacao da real prevalencia dentro das granjas (BUDDLE & TWOMEY, 2002; STRAW et al.
Coach Bruce Arena has gone public saying he expected Buddle, 29, to sign a new deal to stay in the MLS.
Buddle scored a brace, his first goals for his country after seeing a promising career affected by various injury problems.
Fulham's Clint Dempsey and another of Beckham's former Galaxy team-mates Landon Donovan also caught the eye as they cut in from their respective flanks to provide ammunition for Buddle and strike partner Robbie Findlay.
Buddle, the leading scorer in the MLS this season, impressed Bradley but the coach refused to reveal if the player had done enough to merit a start against England.
Buddle, 29, whose football enthusiast father Winston hopefully named him after Pele - full name was Edson Arantes do Nascimento - is a former self confessed drug user and alcoholic.
Buddle later had another shot off the right side of the net, and defender Omar Gonzalez barely missed on a header on a free kick from Landon Donovan.
The link-up will see the Academy sponsor Spartans' defender Nathan Buddle for the current Vanarama Conference North season.