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caddy

(ˈkædi)
n. a Cadillac automobile. What I really want is a caddy. Keep your yuppie beemer.
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The caddies say the bibs cause them to miss out on their own endorsement deals and prevent them from earning sponsorship dollars that could be used for family health insurance and retirement plans.
My Lanny represents the most evolutional, accommodating, versatile, and cost effective shower caddie for individuals on the go; providing benefits that far exceed those of other portable shower caddies presently on the market.
Total quantity or scope: Supply and delivery of approximately 18,806 wheeled refuse collection containers to EN 8402012, approximately 7500 kerbside boxes, approximately 31 bottle banks, approximately 1,370 compost units with kitchen caddies and approximately 22,340 kitchen caddies only.
By enticing a diverse group of high school students to serve as caddies with the potential to earn a full-ride scholarship to a state university, the Western Golf Association is trying to expose a greater variety of youth to the game and keep the tradition of the caddie.
Digraj said he jumped on the chance to become Munjal's caddie.
Open as an amateur in 1913 at The Country Club in Brookline, where Ouimet used to caddie.
Digital Caddies Players Network is a caddie, a concierge and a course marshal all in one.
Kerbside caddies make getting rid of food waste a cleaner and easier process, preventing animals from accessing food waste and reducing unsightly litter from split bags.
London, Nov 6(ANI): Tiger Woods' former caddie Steve Williams has apologized for making racist remarks about the American golfer at the annual Caddie Awards dinner in Shanghai, China.
It's just that in the insecure world of caddies, every one of them knows players enduring a bad week will all too often take it out on the man who just passed him the offending clubs.
recruits, and assigns caddies to players at different country clubs, has witnessed a steep decline in the number of black caddies over the past decade.
Eventually, the wooden boxes themselves became the containers, and it's these that are known as tea caddies after the Malayan word for a standard weight of tea, "kati".
PEOPLE living in Welshpool have received caddies to collect their food waste.
He caddies there from an early age, and when the Open comes to town, Francis must overcome the skepticism of his self-appointed betters - and the gruff dismissal of his French teamster father Arthur (Elias Koteas) - to win one for the home team (despite its name, the U.