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Rid·ley

(rid'lē),
Humphrey, English anatomist, 1653-1708. See: Ridley circle, Ridley sinus, circulus venosus ridleyi.
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Michael Ridley pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Staff Sgt Chris Chacksfield after he threw a single punch in an unprovoked street attack in Newcastle.
The Ridley family issued a public apology, expressing their sorrow.
Although fewer than 3,000 adult Kemp's ridleys exist today, their numbers have been slowly increasing during the last decade.
A record number of Kemp's ridley sea turtle nests have been found this year as a result of a multi-agency, two-decade-long restoration effort.
This study was undertaken to compile data on the occurrence of infectious bacteria from necropsied Kemp's ridleys and loggerheads of the 1984-1996 year-classes.
The most common bacterial isolates from Kemp's ridleys were Salmonella spp.
Saving ridleys from extinction may depend on precisely controlled repopulation.
The endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle makes its home off Mexico's Gulf Coast, near Rancho Nuevo.
Workers from the Kemp's Ridley Recovery Project are patrolling the beaches for nesting females.
The water used by the Ridleys is metered and over the years they have been billed by Mr Band and paid him for what they use.
RETIRED vicar Alfred Ridley was jailed for 28 days yesterday after refusing to pay an "unfair" rise in his council tax.
Ridley Park in Blyth became a century old this week.