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addy

(ˈædɪ)
n, pl addies
(Computer Science) informal an e-mail address
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Nay, nay, Addy, thee mustna say as anybody's religion's like thick ale.
Nay, nay, Addy, thee mean'st me no unkindness," said Seth, "I know that well enough.
Addy and Chris Larkin, of Garden City, who were travelling in the opposite directiontheir own lives to the carriageway help.
Established in 1993, Brindon Addy Butchers completed a major PS175,000 extension and refurbishment project in 2014, which doubled the size of the shop.
Addy participated on three panel discussions: Maximizing the Benefits of WTO Membership: A Balance of Rights and Obligations, Looking Beyond Emergencies: Ensuring Job Creation in Migrant Sourcing Transiting Countries, and Building Economic Resilience for the Most Vulnerable.
Since 1995, Addy has walked the same path to teach literacy skills at the Robertson Unit, an all-male prison.
Addy helped himself to a personal haul of 16 points with a fine try and six goals and was central to their best moments.
Addy then asked if you could see Jesus inside of you and wondered, "If you went to the doctor so he could look at your skeleton, would Jesus show up in the picture?
Mr Addy said: "People should know there's a defibrillator within a couple of minutes of everybody.
Addy discovered that if by age 37 a Ghanaian had severe high blood pressure (severe hypertension), and there were none of the known causes of high BP, then the person would have and BP contributions from both father and mother who themselves did not necessarily have any BP problems at all.
Career: After graduating, Addy returned to act at York's Theatre Royal and also performed at the West Yorkshire Playhouse and Hull Truck Theatre Company.
Designed to make sharing locations easier, Addy lets you