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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A sanitised view of war is on your screen," Adie said.
It's getting fluffier," Adie says, citing an increase of showbiz and other news stories which could be deemed not too significant and not quite the potentially life-changing piece of news that journalists should be reporting on, in her opinion.
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.
Kate Adie signing an autograph; Carol Thatcher adds a splash of colour; James and Olivia Richards; 11-year-old Odessa Partridge; Guest speaker Carol Thatcher; Author Caroline Lawrence signing autographs; Johnny De Falbe, Mr Clive Aslet; An appreciative audience; Ken and Jane Gateley, Lucy Mason; Anthony Pedley; An aerial view of the festival; Speakers Christine Coleman, Clarissa Dickson Wright
Chapple-Hyam said: "I'm delighted with that and Adie said that Authorized felt as good as he did before both the Juddmonte International and the Derby.
Retired sailor Jim Adie Jim Adie was born in Cardross Golf Club, Dunbartonshire in 1924, where his mother, Jessie, was clubmistress.
BBC veteran reporter Kate Adie has some fond memories of meals eaten as she bucketed round the war zones.
Buildings," muses Adie Klarpol, protagonist of one of the novel's braided narrative strands, "were art's skins, the pictures we lived in.
Max Hastings, Kate Adie, Michael Nicholson, John Simpson, and Martin Bell describe what it was like to report from the frontlines.