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waddy

a heavy wooden club used as a weapon by native Australians
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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.
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.
Another is Charles Waddy, owner of CAW Handyman Services in Virginia Beach, Va.
Can any readers remember a Second World War RAF Hawker Hurricane crash near East Boldon in 1941 when the pilot Richard Selkirk Waddy, RAAF, was killed?
Left: Emma Wilson, Bevan Brittan; Fiona Waddy, Grant Thornton; Gary Coleman, Melissa Doody, Victoria Glover, all Bevan Brittan.
He is the grandson of Margaret C Waddy and the late J.
Lorraine Waddy, a hairdresser at Option hairsalon, Hawarden said: "She was a lovely lady and she used to come in here for her perm.
Waddy Thompson is the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Grant Writing.
Some washed windows, others ironed handkerchiefs, many sold cookies - all to give Mollie, Waddy and Tony a happy new home.
Tanabe's handling of Waddy Spoelstra's motivation for establishing Baseball Chapel was quite sensitive, and I appreciated the wonderful humor and constructive proposal at the end of the article.
WHEN Ralph Waddy began downhill skiing nearly a decade ago, it was more for the challenge and the camaraderie than for the workout.
The recent death of the writer and scholar, Charis Waddy, led me back to her books and their influence on my life and the life of my husband.