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Clyde

(klɑɪd)
n. an oaf; a square, usually a male. (see also Zelda. Also a term of address.) Well, Clyde, I think you’re way off base.
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Hamish Munro, Director Clyde Marine Services, says: We have continually invested in modern tugs.
Although Clyde Barrow had many guns during his notorious career, there cannot be any with a closer association to him than this one carried at his death," the auction company (http://www.
He will be joined by four associates on and, given the level of enquiries received, Clyde & Co will be actively recruiting both Libyan and international lawyers in the coming months.
We are confident that Clyde will meet our very high standards and deliver us radio stations that will all be very proud of'.
Bonnie And Clyde is a great movie but Parker and Barrow were an appalling pair, a couple of aimless, pea-brained psychos, intoxicated by their own publicity.
Clyde & Co is one of the major international law firms in the GCC with over 160 specialist lawyers and paralegals operating as a single unit from offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE, and Doha in Qatar
They are an offshore species, they live in the deep Atlantic, and to be in the River Clyde is obviously not its natural environment.
Clyde can persuade the stock-trailer-burdened truck no farther, working the steering wheel gingerly to stay between the ditches as wheels spin ineffectively and tire chains clank and vociferously batter wheel wells from all quarters.
Bonnie Parker then met Clyde Barrow and she remained a loyal companion to him as they carried out their crime spree.
If Clyde knew that they were doing this, he would absolutely roll over in his grave,'' said Marilyn N.
The elder Clyde saw an opportunity and left Honeywell in 1973 to start a time-sharing computer company, Intelligent Systems Corp.
Through this pilot, we proved to the Quinnipiac University community that Element K offered a solid learning tool for students, faculty, and staff," said Bill Clyde, Dean of Academic Technology, Quinnipiac University.
On October 29, 2002, Clyde Carl Wilkerson was arrested at his home in Benton, Arkansas, based on a warrant for two murders in El Cajon, California, that occurred in 1965.
Clyde Klostermann wasn't thinking about getting his name added to the National Service Foundation Honor Roll at the DAV National Service and Legislative Headquarters in Washington, D.
CARDIFF City's pre-season tour to Scotland has been rocked again - after First Division Clyde called off their pre-season friendly against the Bluebirds.