Tivy

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Tiv´y


adv.1.With great speed; - a huntsman's word or sound.
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Peter and Nannette Tivy Jones from Llandegfan and Anna Chambrey joined 90 Rotary volunteers from across Great Britain and Ireland who flew to India to join local Rotary members and health agencies to immunise millions of tiny vulnerable children in the hardest hit areas.
Madera, CA Jae Yong Suk, HLB Lighting Design, Culver City, CA BCIT Alex Tivy
Many coracle fishermen have been called to active serv-ice and the few remaining work hard, often doing 19 hours a day on the Tivy River when the conditions are favourable for fishing.
31) After an initial "thrill of terror" upon seeing "[n]ot Dan, as he had expected, but Trot to all appearance, in her everyday attire, sitting by the table, with Tivy beside her, both evidently enjoying their supper," Mr.
Contrary to his direct orders (and those of his sons), workers at the quarry deposited rubbish in the River Tivy, thereby creating a nuisance.
This 19th century stone house from coastal cottages sleeps eight and is above the village of St Dogmaels on the mouth of the River Tivy.
15) Quoted in Patrick Tivy, "Profile," Calgary Herald, October 18, 1976.
The waterways of Arctic Canada are coming under increasing scrutiny from the international community, not least because the prospect of an ice-free summer may facilitate a shortened trading route and an increased shipping season between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans via the fabled Northwest Passage (Furgal & Prowse, 2008; Stewart, Howell, Draper, Yackel, & Tivy, 2007).
THE deeply touching last words of Lt Cdr "Tan" Tivy embraced his devout Roman Catholic faith and appreciation of a full life: "Say goodbye, I have had a really good innings.
Bridgend Magistrates Court in south Wales heard John Tivy, 49, had been in such a hurry to get to a toilet he had not realised how quickly he was travelling.
And of course there was John Tivy who claimed to be rushing to the loo after a particularly strong curry the night before.