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woody

1. n. a wooden surfboard; a surfboard. Get your woody, and let’s get moving.
2. n. an erection of the penis. His morning woody made a little mountain with the sheets on his bed.
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Woodier was jailed for two years, and Ryan got a 51-week suspended jail term and 100 hours' unpaid work.
Trish Feely, Craig Woodier and Helen Lane at Jumpin' Jungle play centre in Old Colwyn
With the final a close call Woodier was leading 4-2 then 4-3 then 5-4, and in the next frame Woodier cleared from the break to clinch his second title of the weekend 6-4.
Woodier defeated Les Allinson 5-2 in the final of his first event of the weekend, quickly following that up with a 5-3 semi-final win over Andy Appleton and a comfortable 5-1 victory over Carl Fitzsimon.
Above, Staff Nurse Sarah Bright with young patients at University Hospital (from left) Chris Edwards, Connor Kettell, and Daniel Cross and (right, from left) Sarah takes delivery of the eggs with play specialists Jenny Waring and Barry Woodier and Staff Nurse Laura Callender.
Donna and Woodier, 22, both heroin users, were arrested along with the girls' grandma Christine, 44, grandad Gerard, 45, Donna's brother Darren, 21, and uncle Patrick, 40.
Those amazing on the baize included Lyndsay McKellar of Redcar, who went on to play pool for Scotland, the lads from Owington Farm Pub team in Billingham, who raised PS1,000 for Butterwick Hospice and Teesside's first pool pro Steve Woodier.
COVENTRY couple Bert and Mavis Woodier are to celebrate 50 years of marriage at the same city pub where they held their wedding reception - which still bears a souvenir of that happy day.
In a tight game Bedale took the lead before Woodier brought the sides level and he then put the Royals in front.
Coventry Hospital Radio programme controller Barry Woodier said: ''Usually no-one other than patients can hear hospital radio, so it would be nice if we could get some requests coming in from friends and relatives, and then they'll be able to hear them as well.
Steve Woodier for Teesside held his nerve to win the frame for 7-7 and take the match to a penalty shoot out.
Steve Woodier, centre, with Sue Lill from the Butterwick and pool player Fred Chapman in 2003
Steve Woodier (Cleveland) won four from four, while Alan Stevenson took three from four.
Peter Woodier played excellently to win six from eight played and go top of the A Division stats table.
Cleveland captain Peter Woodier Jnr was excellent, winning all his four games, but the most important win was against his uncle, Teesside captain Steve Woodier, in a tense game.