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freestone

(frē′stōn′)
n.
1. A stone, such as limestone, that is soft enough to be cut easily without shattering or splitting.
2. A fruit, especially a peach, that has a stone that does not adhere to the flesh.

free′stone′ adj.
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But Freestone said: ``What Nick has done here in his short spell as manager to date has been nothing short of remarkable.
Upon completion of the transaction, Dynamis shareholders are expected to own 75% of the new combined entity (not including its existing shares) and Freestone current shareholders will own 25%, based on an implied value of USD 0.
It just needed a touch and Chris Freestone was in," bellowed Barry Davies down the mic on Match of the Day that evening.
Welshman Freestone, 45, made 549 League appearances for the Swans, helping them win a Third Division title and the Autoglass Trophy, and has big experience of the rivalry with Cardiff.
Freestone (below), who made 549 appearances for Swansea in his career, was between the sticks that night and can just about seen the funny side of things today.
Ten minutes from time, with a number of fine reaction saves to his name earlier in the match, Freestone chased a high ball into his area and missed, leaving Justin Keeler to tap into an empty net.
Rovers drew level after Graham Hyde seized on Bo Henriksen's cross to beat Freestone with a 12 yard shot.
Freestone is just 57 League matches behind Milne's 586-game stint between 1920-37.
One of the earliest Scouts was George Freestone, who joined that year in Los Angeles at age 12.
IN-FORM striker Chris Freestone netted a late double as Rugby cruised to victory at a blustery Butlin Road.
The winner came in the 13th minute when Rugby striker Dave Pearson had been tripped by Stuart Tuck and Freestone sent keeper Paul Stark the wrong way with his penalty.