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waddy

a heavy wooden club used as a weapon by native Australians
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In Morgan Tavern, which doubles for Neptune's Bar, Brit revellers, many on stag and hen dos, were singing along to cover artists Shoe Waddy Waddy and Rod Stewart tribute the Rodfather.
The report has been welcomed by Elyse Waddy, general manager of the Empire Hotel and Spa in Llandudno.
After Brandon Waddy moved to Colorado in 2006, he was "looking for a business to start," he says.
Russell Waddy's Allsail Dancing Star won Division 1 from Martyn Coleman's Slac-N-Off, while Ruth Lawrence's Alcamy took out Division 2 from Kevin Gray's Eau De Vie.
Tegetmeier had seen the Aboriginal cricketers play and demonstrate the use of 'the boomerang, the spear, and the brippe or waddy; the large fighting club, or leowall, was not used'; he wrote that 'by the kindness of Mr Hayman I have obtained specimens of all of these weapons and deposited them at The Field office so that anyone interested in the subject may inspect them at their convenience' (The Field, 23 May 1868).
1991), size or age at sexual maturity (Waddy & Aiken 1991), and locomotion (Jury & Watson III 2000, Magnay et al.
In discussing Texas, for example, Fleming stresses the role of abolitionists in opposing its annexation but neglects to note that important Southern Whigs, including Henry Clay and Waddy Thompson, also sought to prevent its incorporation into the Union.
These movements invariably lead to changes in the thermal regimes to which lobsters are exposed and this, in turn, influences their metabolism, growth, life cycle, and possibly even life span (reviews in Talbot and Helluy, 1995; Waddy et al., 1995; Hawkins, 1996).
Safely reunited in the arms of Mary and Waddy.) - Carol and the Girls.
"To be in the streets unescorted was a bold procedure, let alone the unprecedented initiative of open opposition to authority," comments Waddy (Waddy, 1980, p.146).
As early as 1971, Samella Lewis included Davis in volume 2 of her groundbreaking Black Artists on Art, written with Ruth Waddy. In that volume, Davis expressed a vision that, with some sophisticated modifications and developments over the years, reflects his deepest perspective as an African American artist: "It is sometimes out of the rejected that beauty and creativity springs.
Another is Charles Waddy, owner of CAW Handyman Services in Virginia Beach, Va.