Adie


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Adie

(ˈeɪdɪ)
n
(Biography) Kathryn, known as Kate. born 1945, British television journalist, noted esp. for her frontline reporting of revolutions, wars, etc
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Each of you knows the key role played in France by ADIE in the creation of businesses by people excluded from the banking system.
Adie said: "We are absolutely thrilled about winning Best Local Brewery at the Chester Beer Awards.
Adie ROYALROY MARINES COMMANDO SCHOOL (9pm Channel 4) THIS week we follow the fortunes of non-sporty graduate and former Wetherspoons employee Adam Greene as he and the others prepare to tackle the dreaded Bottom Field assault course.
Kate Adie | Kate Adie Many women took on "men's" jobs, from making shells and driving trams to playing football in front of thousands of spectators.
BAE Systems spokesman Andy Mann said: "We were delighted to be able to assist the BBC and Kate Adie in the production of these programmes.
Named after the British neurologist William John Adie, who in 1931 described this condition as self-- generating.
Adie also admitted the burial charge and receiving a total of PS77,318 in benefits in his name by also claiming a carer's allowance and income support.
Wearing black-rimmed glasses, an oversized red cord suit jacket over a black poloneck and baggy black cargo trousers, Adie is standing next to several rather oddlooking tribal masks in Gallery 4.
Adie, 39, then sent the player and a teammate wearing black cycling undershorts to the sidelines to change in front of more than 200 spectators.
It came down to him selling it or getting nothing for it," said Lowy, who approached Adie in December, after news broke of his indictment.
Adie says journalists covering a war have the problem of being in the middle, the problem of neutrality