perdie


Related to perdie: Perdiem, perdue

perdie

(ˌpɜːˈdiː)
adv
certainly; indeed
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The Spanish tattoo reads, "Mi madre Dio A luz A una luna Y que no me conocen lo perdiE," which in English means, "My mother gave birth to a moon and they don't know me and it's their loss.
Radio Shabelle pagE un precio muy caro: perdiE a tres directores y a cuatro periodistas.
Running a business from home means she can balance her life bringing up Wilson, three, and seven-month-old Perdie.
Both have partners, Perdie more than one, so it seems unfair that they can and aren't bothered whereas I can't and want to.
Perdie so farre am I from envie, That their fondnesse inly I pitie.
It was my choice, it was no chance That brought my heart in other's hold, Whereby it hath had sufferance Longer, perdie, than reason would.
The Bulls director of football did, however, give some hope to Rob Perdie and Rob Sawyers, who deputised successfully for the pair, that they might retain their places.
HEREFORD: Baker; Lovett, Rose, Tretton, James, Williams, Pitman, Smith, Parry, Guinan, Grant, Sawyers, Perdie, Wright, Griffiths, Teesdale, Husbands.
This year's team of Keri Hopkins,15, from Clydach, rid-ing Dancer, Victoria Jones,14, from Clydach, riding Rosie, Natalie Gill,14, from Port Talbot, riding Perdie, Rob Price,14, from Ystradgynlais, riding Nutkin and Jemma Walters,11, from Crynant, rid-ing Dancer.
Since shooting the first movie, the two dogs - who starred as Pongo and Perdie - had been living with their animal trainers.
The NASD also suspended both Lew and Neuhaus in all capacities for three months, while Lieberbaum and Perdie were suspended for one month in all capacities.