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cuddie

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n. homie; buddy. (Pop gansta.) Tsup, cuddy?
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This paper reports new evidence from Cuddie Springs for the antiquity of seed-grinding in Australia, and discusses implications for the role of technology and plant-food processing in the settlement of arid environments.
Recent excavations at Cuddie Springs in central northern New South Wales were undertaken without the benefit of plastic gloves, yet the subsequent analysis of the stone artefact assemblage was successful, both in the identification and characterization of blood and in DNA analysis of the material (Furby 1995; Loy et al.
Humans and megafauna in a Late Pleistocene environment from Cuddie Spring, northwestem NSW, Archaeology in Oceania 28: 94-9.
Sierra Lessel made it back-to-back base hits when she lined a single between shortstop and third base to put runners at first and second, but Crater pitcher Ashleigh Cuddie got Jordan Goschie to ground out to the circle to end the threat.
The best candidates may, be those from ~30,000-year-old deposits at Cuddie Springs, in western New South Wales (Furby et al.
the province of naifs like the Cuddie of the Shepheardes Calender's "October" eclogue or Britomart herself, who "is easily duped or beguiled, who fails to get even the most obvious of literary allusions, who does not know how to interpret allegory, who neglects to read between the lines or to exercise much suspicion or caution, but who presses on all the same" (294)--fails to make the case in a uniformly persuasive manner, her sense that the poem's reader "is destined not to find faery land, not to arrive at any final conclusion, not to master the text, and not to grasp its meaning as a hunter triumphantly bags the prey" (268) rings true.
Gillespie, Richard and Bruno David 2001 'The importance, or impotence, of Cuddie Springs', Australasian Science 22(9):42.
So that's where I stand along with the cuddie ducks which gathered under the altar while Cuthbert celebrated the Mass.
Like the wappen-schaw, Lady Margaret's comically inflated "solemn bed of justice" (51), which banishes Mause Headrigg and her son Cuddie from Tillietudlum, appropriates an outmoded institution.
However, one site, Cuddie Springs in New South Wales, has been held up as evidence for a long overlap between humans and megafauna, seemingly clearing people of being the main agents of the extinction of the animals.
alias William Smith alias Co(1)lin alias Cuddie alias William Shakespeare for expert Spenserians writing elsewhere.
She said finds from Cuddie Springs in south-east Australia, the only place where human and megafauna remains have been found in the same place, do not suggest that the animals were hunted.
The effect is made more interesting by the fact that while Cuddie picks up the sound of "tame" in "traine," he is responding much more to the sense of the first few lines of the stanza, which describe his popularity, how the "rurall routes" "cleave" to him, rather than the lines that describe Orpheus.
Prior dating of charcoal and soil at Cuddie Springs suggested that people and other animals lived there from 36,000 to 30,000 years ago.
Crosby Stuart (S Williams and J MacQuade) drew 2-2 with Brunswick (AShawlton and J Weare), Stamps (Joe Lodge) defeated Eden Vale 1-0 and a Matt Cuddie hat trick took Sefton Taddies to a 3-2 victory over Kingsbridge White (Anton Powell).