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condie

(ˈkɒndɪ)
n
Scot a culvert or tunnel
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Gail Condie said: "It's Scotland's shame that we can't help our own.
Fellow Netherton pupil Eryn Condie clearly likes living life in the fast lane.
Los Angeles Chapter: Clyde Condie, David Frith-Smith, Tetsuohu Koiso, Terrel Martin, Robert Mastro, Karen Moy, Martin Seiden
True Heroes: A Treasury of Modern-day Fairy Tales Written by Best-selling Authors" is unique literary treasury that brings together under one cover the talents of nearly two dozen best-selling middle-grade authors including Shannon Hale, Brandon Mull, Ally Condie and Jennifer A.
Singer Leo Condie, 29, said: "We're putting out Living Fiction on vinyl, which is our first physical release.
It took the Brummie girls a while to settle but after a Bowdon defender deliberately cleared the ball off of the backline, it was captain Rebecca Condie who fired the resulting penalty corner to level the scoreline.
Upon Nick's arrivat at the end of the year, current Executive Chairman Clive Condie will revert to his previous role as Chairman of the Board.
Cela dit, je suis tres content d'offrir ma medaille d'or au peuple algerien [beaucoup plus grand que], condie Boudina Sid-Ali, champion d'Afrique en skiff leger.
It has been very, very helpful," said Maurice Condie, the association's chief executive.
They recovered from 0-3 with second-half goals by Abigail Porter and Rebecca Condie.
Condie (earth and environmental science, New Mexico Tech) synthesizes data and research from a wide variety of fields--geophysics, planetology, oceanography, paleoclimatology, geology--to present a systematic view of the Earth as a singular planetary system of animate and inanimate processes.