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cuddie

and cuddy
n. homie; buddy. (Pop gansta.) Tsup, cuddy?
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Under ordinary circumstances, the ritual practices that order and bind together the community of Tillietudlum would be flexible enough to accommodate Mause's excuse for Cuddie, but all three oppositions are in play here.
I beate the bush, the byrds to them doe flye: What good thereof to Cuddie can arise?
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).
introduces the "argument" to the October eclogue as indirectly concerning the problem of Virgilian imitation, writing that "In Cuddie is set out the perfecte paterne of a Poete, which finding no maintenance of his state and studies, complayneth of the contempte of Poetrie" (170).
63-66 (lines which mention that Cuddie has won Phyllis's love with the gift of a belt); E.
They were Yarn Lin, Sarah Cuddie, and Kristen Beastall.
Compliments for their efforts in Las Vegas go out to Education Committee Member Sharon Cook, Nevada State Director Linda Cuddie and Nevada Associate State Director Jake Worline.
There are points in people's lives where they realize they have to make a change," Lane County Circuit Judge Ilisa Rooke-Ley told Cuddie.
The final paper by Macgregor discusses the approaches to the stabilisation and recovery of bone from the Cuddie Springs site in western New South Wales.
Because they are much more popular than their closed-bow siblings, we focused on bowriders over cuddie cabins.
But, one site in western NSW (New South Wales) - Cuddie Springs - stood out as an anomaly.
Field, J, Barker, J, Barker, R, Coffey E, Coffey L, Crawford, E, Darcy, L, Fields, T, Lord, G, Steadman, B & Colley, S 2000, '"Coming back": Aborigines and archaeologists at Cuddie Springs', Public Archaeology 1:35-48.
Arrested were Eugene residents Peter "Joey" Cuddie, 27, and Zachary Michael Lobue, 29.
Two sites with younger maximum ages have been promoted as examples of late-surviving megafauna: Lancefield Swamp in temperate Victoria, and Cuddie Springs in semi-arid New South Wales.