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redd up

(chiefly Midwestern United States) To clean or tidy up; to empty or clear out (something or some space). Primarily heard in US. When we were growing up, we were all expected to help redd up after each meal. I'll be spending this weekend redding up the garage.
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In charge of the programme will be FA Technical Director Dan Ashworth and Dave Reddin, head of performance services.
The Reddin Survey of Tuition Fees covers some 137 degree-awarding institutions across the UK and relates to the 2015-16 academic year.
Neil Reddin of Bromley council, which paid PS56,000 of the benefits claimed by Smith, said: "The jail sentence received is welcomed as it sends a clear message to fraudsters that they can lose their freedom and livelihood if they cheat.
Matt Reddin has joined Simmons First National Bank in Pine Bluff as president of the private banking group.
Dave Reddin, head of performance services at the FA, said: "The role of the expert panel is to monitor and advise the FA and other football bodies on the appropriate guidelines for all levels of the game.
The FA's head of performance services Dave Reddin believes the panel will help take safety in the sport to the next level.
Tony Reddin, tax director at accountancy firm Grant Thornton, said the speech was "less politically motivated" than had been expected.
THE legacy that the late great Tony Reddin left behind isn't lost on Darren Gleeson.
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Reddin to its Board of Directors effective May 29, 2014.
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SIR Clive Woodward has described the FA's installation of performance guru Dave Reddin as "a great appointment" for football.