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sturdy

(stûr′dē)
adj. stur·dier, stur·diest
Having or showing rugged physical strength or robust health: a sturdy lifeguard; a sturdy build.
n.
See gid.

stur′di·ly adv.
stur′di·ness n.
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Ms Sturdy said Fletcher had become obsessed with the blood moon, which was due to take place on July 27 - the day of Mr Abbott's death.
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"No disrespect to the other teams in the league, but with the forwards we have at Stourbridge, we should have one of the best packs - a pack that should be feared,'' said Sturdy.
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