Adie


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A·die

(a'dē),
William J., Australian physician, 1886-1935. See: Adie pupil, Adie syndrome, Holmes-Adie pupil, Holmes-Adie syndrome.
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Adie explains: "We have a student to teacher ratio, so depending on the age of the younger kids the ratio is one to six and as you move up the age groups the ratios are one to seven and one to eight.
Adie was told to repay PS46,116 out of assets worth PS70,850.
Adie felt the need to base part of the exhibition around a fictional story about a doctor who travels to a huge salt plane in Borneo in 1850 where he comes across "these strange head pieces or masks from an ancient tribe".
A sanitised view of war is on your screen," Adie said.
Discussing coverage of recent events in the Middle East and whether it is sufficient by different media outlets, Adie queries, "Coverage in which language, on what channel and for what audience?
To be honest I would have preferred to have played the final after we beat Romulus but the plus point in having to wait is that we've got a chance of getting Adie and Niki fit," said Kitching.
Mr Adie worked as one of the skippers on the Stena Nordica freight and passenger vessel that sails between Holyhead and Dublin Port before he was suspended by the company.
JOANNE WELFORD on The Gazette Book Club book of the month for December - Kate Adie's Into Danger: Risking Your Life For Work KATE Adie from Sunderland has earned a reputation as one of the most intrepid of news reporters.
Guest speakers included Kate Adie, Carol Thatcher and Clarissa Dickson Wright.
Striving Storm had set a good pace as usual in the gallop over seven and a half furlongs, but Authorized looked full of running as he moved up to finish alongside under Adie McCarthy in the closing stages.
TG4's STUNNING news reporter Caoimhe Ni Chonchoille has revealed she would love to become Ireland's answer to Kate Adie.
Retired sailor Jim Adie Jim Adie was born in Cardross Golf Club, Dunbartonshire in 1924, where his mother, Jessie, was clubmistress.