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kiddle

(ˈkɪdəl)
n
(Fishing) archaic Brit a device, esp a barrier constructed of nets and stakes, for catching fish in a river or in the sea
[C13: from Anglo-French, from Old French quidel, of obscure origin]
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Also on-hand for the event was Rik Kiddle, Terex Finlay's new sales director and manager of global business development.
Tom Rowland proved the main thorn in Hampton's side, reeling ofour goals, with Harry Rowland and Ed Stanhope notching two apiece while Mike Griths and Jed Kiddle Morris weighed in with singles.
KIDDLE EDITH Formerly of Stockton-on-Tees Passed away peacefully on January 10, aged 86 in Northampton.
Although for years Carhartt has offered FR pants, shirts, unlined coveralls, sweatshirts and base layers UL Classified to NFPA 2112, we are now adding insulated FR outerwear that meets the NFPA 2112 safety standard," said Tom Kiddle, Director of Specialized Sales at Carhartt.
Nelson medical office of health Ed Kiddle spoke in support of the planned plant saying clean water was essential for a community and its infrastructure to function.
Where the oil and gas industry used to make up just 15 per cent of the company's business with the electric utility industry taking up the lion's share, that has now "completely swapped," according to Tom Kiddle, industrial director of sales at Carhartt.
FATCA compliance will require a multi-disciplinary approach that will touch many points across an organisation," said Laurence Kiddle, commercial director, FATCA, Thomson Reuters.
Rawling, 1937; Fitzpatrick, 1939; Fox, 1940; Wheelwright, 1957; Martin, 1957; Kiddle, 1961; Campbell, 1963; Waterson, 1974; Serle 1971; Connell, 1977; Crough, 1976, 1977a, 1977b, 1981; Nowicki & Tsokhas 1979; Tsokhas 1984, 1986, 1990; Connell & Irving, 1992; O'Lincoln, 1996; Alexander, 2003; Bryan 1995; Harrigan, 2008), although it is beyond the scope of this paper to enter into all the debates raised by that literature.
Kiddle, Men of Yesterday, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1961; E.
Bundaberg resident Sandy Kiddle hugged Gillard as she told of seeing her house flooded.
According to Kiddle (2000:266), the most frequently voiced Traveller attitude was "I'll let them go to school to learn to read and write, but then they have to learn our way of life.
With Nacre, there's a lot of history-as well as learning the piece, you're learning about the choreographer and who she studied with," says Kiddle, a high school sophomore.