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buddle

An apparatus, especially an inclined trough, in which stamped ore is concentrated by subjecting it to running water, to wash out the lighter and less valuable parts.
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"We look forward to The Buddle becoming the next chapter in Wallsend's continued resurgence."
| BLYTH SPARTANS: Jameson, Nicholson, Liddle, Green (Oliver 62), Buddle, Cunningham, Rivers (Wrightson 65), Reid, Maguire, Holmes (Horner 67), Dale.
Buddle had a similar trial at West Ham United last month and a year ago attracted interest from Stoke City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Birmingham City and Sheffield Wednesday.
O primeiro e principal sinal da ocorrencia de PIDS em um rebanho e a morte subita de suinos supostamente saudaveis e com boa conformacao corporal, sem sinais clinicos e evolucao bastante rapida (SMITH & SHANKS, 1971; ALLEN & SAUNDERS, 1976; BUDDLE & TWOMEY, 2002; HOLLIS, 2006; LABUSCAGNE, 2009).
Coach Bruce Arena has gone public saying he expected Buddle, 29, to sign a new deal to stay in the MLS.
Buddle scored a brace, his first goals for his country after seeing a promising career affected by various injury problems.
Fulham's Clint Dempsey and another of Beckham's former Galaxy team-mates Landon Donovan also caught the eye as they cut in from their respective flanks to provide ammunition for Buddle and strike partner Robbie Findlay.
EDSON BUDDLE fired a warning to England spy David Beckham as the Americans ended their build-up with an impressive win over the Aussies.
Los Angeles Galaxy striker Edson Buddle has discovered just what an influence Becks can be behind the scenes.
"Nathan Buddle [pictured] then sealed the win with a great header late on and we've hit form at just the right time.
Nathan Buddle's 92nd-minutetrike levelled a frantic game of football four minutes after Dan Maguire had given Blyth a lifeline.