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sturdy

(stûr′dē)
adj. stur·dier, stur·diest
Having or showing rugged physical strength or robust health: a sturdy lifeguard; a sturdy build.
n.
See gid.

stur′di·ly adv.
stur′di·ness n.

sturdy

neurological disease in sheep caused by the pressure of a Taenia multiceps metacestode. Called also gid.
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Gary Marshall, head of Coventry City Council's Bereavement Service, said: "I have spoken to Mrs Sturdy and fully appreciate her concerns about the position of the memorial.
Sturdy was part of the side that failed to turn a 12-0 lead into a victory at Volac Park last time out as Stour were defeated 40-26.
Prosecutor Sue Jacobs said Ms Sturdy, 25, thought the hooded teenager carrying a broken bottle would seriously assault her, or even kill her.
Mr Lansley's pathetic excuse for getting rid of Ms Sturdy is that it will free up money to spend on health care.
STOURBRIDGE: tries: Sturdy (2), Hughes, Baker, Collins; conversions: Bressington (3); penalty: Bressington.
Mrs Sturdy, now 58, from Ripon, North Yorks, said she felt "vindicated", adding: "I felt crushed.
WORTHY EFFORT: Di Sturdy (second from left) with (clockwise), Gabrielle Opoky, Lisa Robinson, child care manager, and Connor Gerrard.
A sturdy bench vise is invaluable for all kinds of maintenance and gunsmithing chores.
Spanish Alphabet & Number Puzzles - sturdy wooden puzzles that feature all 29 letters of the Spanish alphabet (including ch, ll and n) printed on removable puzzle pieces that reveal the matching lowercase letter on the fish and the uppercase letter on the turtle.
Contract award for FOLDER classifier in sturdy plastic, blue in color, dimensions 340 x 245 mm and can vary by + / - 5%, with male and female plastic fastener.
STOURBRIDGE stalwart Adam Sturdy has answered his club's SOS call ahead of this weekend's National One trip to Blackheath.
STURDY Margaret If our tears could bring you back mam you would be here with us today.