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see sea turtlesea turtle,
name for several species of large marine turtles found in tropical and subtropical oceans. These turtles are modified for life in the ocean by having flipperlike forelimbs without toes and lightweight shells. Their heads are too large to be withdrawn into the shell.
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Ridley

Nicholas. ?1500--55, English bishop, who helped to revise the liturgy under Edward VI. He was burnt at the stake for refusing to disavow his Protestant beliefs when Mary I assumed the throne
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At the age of 23, Ridley directed his first short, Boy and Bicycle, which starred a 16-year-old Tony who, like his brother, attended West Hartlepool College of Art before making his life and career in America with such films as Top Gun and The Taking of Pelham 123.
Ridley & Hall managing partner Adam Fletcher said: "We have ambitious plans for Ridley & Hall and Vicky, Jill and Alison have the experience, enthusiasm and collaborative approach to help develop and grow the business going forward.
Ridley manufactures and markets a full range of animal nutrition solutions, including formulated complete feeds, premixes, feed supplements, block supplements, animal health products and feed ingredients.
But for me,'' Ridley said, "it's about not letting past mistakes hold me down.
Ridley, of Oxford Street, Saltburn admitted wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm from the incident on November 2.
And Ridley, who penned his songs about what was happening around him, is part of that phenomenon.
Commenting on the port agreement with Ridley Terminals, Gene Wusaty, Managing Director and CEO, said "This additional port allocation is a significant achievement for Coalspur as it fully satisfies the port requirements for Vista and allows for production optimization at Vista and future development opportunities.
Ridley, 22, admitted five counts of theft and North Tyneside magistrates gave her a 12-month community order with supervision and 100 hours' unpaid work.
Ridley is of course very qualified to contest the next general election and strive to join that other group of Honourable men, the MPs.
Picture, say, a day in the early-1920s and Ridley, fresh from the horrors of the Somme, entering the tree-lined Taunton ground and settling down to watch.
McLeod's experience of Ridley College is sadly outdated.
The news comes just days after MPs launched a scathing attack on Dr Ridley in a Treasury Select Committee hearing, demanding to know why he was "clinging to office" as head of the group that caused the first bank run in nearly 150 years.