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Pan·dy

(pan'dē),
Kalman, Hungarian neurologist, 1868-1945. See: Pandy test, Pandy reaction.
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Schwarz reports the squad has reacted in a positive way in training this week after the performance at Pandy Park.
The Pandy Park outfit cross for six tries in all, Newport Gwent Dragons player Geraint Rhys Jones converting them all and kicking two penalties.
A deep friendship developed, and Pandy, a Reformed Christian from a Soviet nation that still held to its faith, went to seminary to become a minister of the Canadian Presbyterian Church.
Mr Mayne went back inside the Pandy Inn in order to stop people leaving the pub and joining in the fight but he asked a member of staff to call an ambulance and the police.
As well as Andy Pandy, Ty Cerrig fielded the heifer Sarah Jane, another Limousin cross from Andrew Proctor, and Master Blaster, a slightly older Limousin acquired from John Richardson, Penrith.
So, dear children, allow me to introduce you to a teddy called Pandy.
RED RUM and Ginger McCain sealed their place as Grand National legends when successful for the third time in 1977, but their great tale could have been spoiled had Andy Pandy not overpitched on landing at Becher's Brook the second time round.
CROSS KEYS 37 CARDIFF 24 By CHRIS SMART CROSS Keys edged into the last four of the Swalec Cup after overpowering Cardiff in the second half at Pandy Park.
Indian Pandy Narayanan was admitted to hospital with chest pain and kidney failure on Saturday.
Indian Ambassador to Sudan, Avanindra Kumar Pandy (http://www.
com)-- Children's book series focused on teaching Chinese for kids, Mandy and Pandy has hired Ingenex, an Internet marketing agency based in Ann Arbor, Michigan to implement the online marketing strategies Search Engine Optimizations (SEO) and Pay-Per-Click (PPC).
Mandy and Pandy Visit the Zoo/ man di he pan di can guan dong wu yuan" is a bilingual children's book and CD that teaches Chinese.