predy

predy

(ˈprɛdɪ)
adj
(Nautical Terms) (of a ship) prepared or ready for sailing or action
vb (tr) , -dies, -dying or -died
(Nautical Terms) to prepare (a ship) for sailing or action
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While 371 cases of swine flu were reported in Alberta province as of December 27, the number of reported cases jumped to 965 by January 2, Dr Gerry Predy said, haberler.
Warrant Officer Kenneth Predy Hill of 11 Squadron, killed in September 1944 in the Far East.
Gerry Predy, senior medical officer of health for Alberta Health Services.
Predy Police have also arrested seven extortionists.
Honish L, Predy G, Hislop N, Chui L, Kowalewska-Grochowska K, Trottier L, et al.
2004, 52:13-19 (2) Canadian Medical Association Journal, Predy, GN, et al.
Neither the deceased woman nor affected family member had any contact with travel to Mexico, but Predy would not disclose how they contracted the virus.
1) The Provincial Laboratory of Public Health for Alberta; Dora Lee, The Capital Health Authority; Kari Bergstrom, Gerald Predy, Alberta Health and Wellness; Karen Grimsrud, Agnes Honish, and John Waters.