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Drysdale

New Zealand carpetwool sheep derived from romney marsh by mutation; wool fiber diameter 35 to 45 microns, white face and dark hooves; rams are horned, ewes polled.
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Drysdale even boasted about his new-found wealth by posting photos of the sports cars at his home in Kirkinner, near Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, on Facebook.
The Drysdale E-Z Breast Pump is also the subject of Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
But Drysdale - who tore a calf muscle during the Italian Open - was left in a four-way tie just one off the top.
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Mr Nelson said that Drysdale sporting clubs will now be able to cope with the huge growth they're experiencing.
Then Drysdale got his revenge by claiming the wicket of Stokes in the other match with his nagging off-spin, which is now starting to become more of a feature in Tom Brook's Chapelgate attack.
Drysdale said all of their strategizing has revolved around promoting the Fort Frances area as the hub of a huge mining district, and that includes capitalizing on opportunities south of the border.
Domesticity, however, was never going to sit comfortably with Drysdale.
Overnight leader Chinnarat Phadungsil, who had been five clear of the field after a stunning 61, fared 13 shots worse with a 74 yesterday that left him one behind Drysdale on nine under.
Drysdale won the 2006 Peugeot Challenge at this week's venue, shooting a final-round 68 to cruise home by two shots, leaving the likes of Alvaro Quiros and Alex Noren in his wake.
While Drysdale was under pressure to get his sub - which had technical trouble - to the Gulf for operations, a new route he ordered to be plotted was at a depth of 250 metres rather than the planned 100 metres.
Commanding officer Steven Drysdale, officer of the watch, Lieutenant Commander Andrew Cutler, and navigation officer, Lieutenant Lee Blair, all admitted an offence of neglecting to perform their duty at a previous hearing.