Dinwiddie


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Din•wid•die

(dɪnˈwɪd i, ˈdɪn wɪd i)

n.
Robert, 1693–1770, British colonial administrator in America.
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ENGLAND'S Robert Dinwiddie has tried and failed 13 times to qualify for the Open Championship - but today he was starting his second US Open.
WITH the likes of Lee Westwood, Luke Donald, Martin Kaymer and Rory McIlroy at Wentworth this week for the BMW PGA Championship, not many of the gallery will be making a beeline for the 11.35am match involving Robert Dinwiddie today.
In 1896 the venerable Lakota leaders Little Wound and Kicking Bear were members of a small tribal delegation to Washington, D.C., where they were photographed by William Dinwiddie.
US communications holding company AT&T (NYSE:T) on Wednesday announced the upgrade of over 40 mobile broadband cell sites in Chesterfield, Dinwiddie and Hanover counties in Virginia.
The only blot on Jacquelin's copybook came when he bogeyed the par-three fourth but he was five under on the day, and six under for the tournament, to lie level with England's James Elson and Robert Dinwiddie, the overnight leader.
Fellow countryman Robert Dinwiddie and Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin are one shot back.
TEES Valley golf star Rob Dinwiddie put his name in lights at the high-profile US Open at Torrey Pines in California.
Also successful were Fisher's fellow Englishmen Robert Dinwiddie, Phillip Archer and Ross McGowan, Frenchman Thomas Levet and Swede Johan Edfors, but 48-year-old amateur Gary Wolstenholme lost out in a play-off for the second time in three years and Paul McGinley and Rory McIlroy did not make it through either.
There was late drama in the very final group of the day when Robert Dinwiddie completed an amazing course record 63.
SCOTS rookie Robert Dinwiddie admits he's puzzled by his hot-and-cold form this season.
McLeary,26,who was four shots behind runaway winner Robert Dinwiddie, pocketed a much-needed pounds 14,847and said:" My dad and fiance have been brilliant this season.This is for them and it will be nice to give them something back."
Other presenters and topics for the day included a review of new FAS 123R by Bill Dunn from PricewaterhouseCoopers; a Cuno update by Phil Tatarowicz of Ernst & Young; an update on the President's tax advisory panel by Paul Oosterhuis of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; and a review of the new Section 199 US manufacturing deduction rules by Scott Dinwiddie of Deloitte Tax.