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neddy

vernacular for horse; called also nag, cayuse, steed.
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In several places the effects of earlier landslides or fire can no longer be seen, because of new vegetation cover, as at Neddy Hill (NH), Birchy Mountain (BM), and Long Beach (LN), or where landslide scars over bare rock on the sides of Western Brook Pond have faded away within a few decades (Fig.
His co-star Edwina Findley, who plays Melva Neddy in the film, is also among the nominees for Best Supporting Actress.
Frontman Neddy Arkins said: "It's been an unbelievable last 5 years getting to make and play music in some of the most amazing places in the world with your best mates.
Many of these old sayings come from the Scousers' endearing habit of shortening names, hence Beatrice Street became Beaty, Netherfield Road became Neddy, Scotland Road Scotty and the Homer picture house .
The Christmas play was being performed by the older children of Lepton C of E while a play, Neddy The Donkey, was being staged by the younger pupils.
A stable block and tack room provide plenty of storage for anything you may need to keep Neddy and his pals happy, and there is more than enough room to extend the existing stable block, if desired, and with planning permission being granted previously, it shouldn't be a problem applying again.
Blue Murder was based on two books: Neddy by Smith and journalist Tom Noble, and Line of Fire by Darren Goodsir, an inside account of Michael Drury's exposure of corruption in New South Wales' police department.
The families really look forward to a hot meal, since they are already struggling with their living conditions,'' said Neddy Latimer, executive director of the Spanish American Center.
Il a battu Neddy Philoe (Seychelles) et l'Australien Katz Nathan.
The Trip to Echo Spring is Laing's personal odyssey, inspired by John Cheever's mythic short story "The Swimmer," in which Neddy Merrill decides to swim his way home, as if his neighbors' pools were a river cruise with stopovers where he could drink, when welcomed.
Interestingly, in one of his contributions to the club's journal, William Dinsmore, vice president of the Manchester Literary Club, wrote that Lahee's "Owd Neddy," a character from her first and probably most enduring tale, "Owd Neddy Fitton's Visit to the Earl of Derby" (1859), "is a worthy collegue of Waugh's 'Besom Ben' and Brierley's 'Ab-o'th'-Yate,' three blither hearts ye wad na find in Christendie.
Also taking part in the opening ceremony were: Indonesian Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises' Deputy Minister, Marketing and Promotion, Neddy Rafinaldy Halim; Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Indonesia Liu Jianchao; Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Hong Kong-Macau Committee Chairman James Budiono; and Acting Consul General of Indonesia in Hong Kong Hari Budiarto.