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n.1.(Geol.) A name applied in Germany to the Permian formation, there consisting of two principal groups.
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The play was "The Shaughraun," with Dion Boucicault in the title role and Harry Montague and Ada Dyas as the lovers.
It was that in which Harry Montague, after a sad, almost monosyllabic scene of parting with Miss Dyas, bade her good-bye, and turned to go.
He thought the adieux of Montague and Ada Dyas as fine as anything he had ever seen Croisette and Bressant do in Paris, or Madge Robertson and Kendal in London; in its reticence, its dumb sorrow, it moved him more than the most famous histrionic outpourings.
Newland Archer could not pretend to anything approaching the young English actor's romantic good looks, and Miss Dyas was a tall red-haired woman of monumental build whose pale and pleasantly ugly face was utterly unlike Ellen Olenska's vivid countenance.
Kimberley Dyas, of Murdishaw, Runcorn, spent three days trying to find her 13-week-old Bichon Frise, named Krystal, after she was stolen on Sunday.
The owner of Robert Dyas, Ryman and lingerie firm Boux Avenue said ministers were ignoring the plight of retailers while making their life harder with tax and rule changes.
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Lundin Malaysia, a 100% owned subsidiary of Lundin Petroleum, has entered farm-out deals with certain wholly owned units of DYAS for part of its working stakes across three production sharing contracts (PSC) in Malaysia.
The 237-store group is owned by Dragons' Den entrepreneur Theo Paphitis, who also hailed improved revenues for his Robert Dyas general store business and the Boux Avenue lingerie brand.
Robert Dyas, bought by Paphitis in July 2012, saw like-for-like sales rise 11.