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wild

1. (of animals) living independently of man; not domesticated or tame
2. (of plants) growing in a natural state; not cultivated
3. living in a savage or uncivilized way
4. (of a card, such as a joker or deuce in some games) able to be given any value the holder pleases
5. a desolate, uncultivated, or uninhabited region
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South East Coast Ambulance Service(SECAmb) paramedics attended but despite their best efforts, were unable to resuscitate Mr Wilding.
Land Information New Zealand has developed the Wilding Conifer Information System, a web-based mapping and monitoring tool, to ensure control of this invasive species is carried out in the most efficient way possible, Mr Mitchell says.
Mr Wilding, from Rhyl, said: "What a fantastic and positive night after all the hard work these kids put into their GCSEs and school work.
Wildings is a highly recommended purchase for libraries serving readers of middle school age and up, where it will appeal to fans of fiction with strong elements of fantasy and magic.
But there is still a choice of four plots at Wilding Grove, including one which will be ready to move into before Christmas.
Wilding, 38, underwent surgery after snapping the hamstring tendons in his left leg during a somersault dive on the third session of training for the now-defunct ITV show.
Wilding called the injury an "absolute nightmare" which has "completely changed my life".
Wilding; two stepdaughters, Theresa Wilding of Houston, Texas, and Lisa Wilding of Lakeland, Fla.
Whereas Epstein created a highly polished skin to accentuate the aesthetic sheen of the stone, Wilding deliberately leaves the external surface of the stone rough and unpolished, with its mined ridges and surface imperfections --both historic and recent--still visible.
Mr Wilding said: "A considerable amount of work has been done to remove unnecessary cost from the business and improve the group's working capital position, although more remains to be done before the group starts to deliver acceptable results.
Chairwoman of governors Barbara Wilding said ensuring Cardiff Metropolitan University retained its independence in the face of intense pressure to merge had been "hugely satisfying".
In 1957, Peter Wilding was 22 and working as a laborer on a building site on the outskirts of Birmingham, England.