Drysdale


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Drysdale

(ˈdraɪzdeɪl)
n
(Biography) Sir George Russell. 1912–81, Australian painter, esp of landscapes

Drysdale

(ˈdraɪzdeɪl)
n
(Breeds) a New Zealand breed of sheep with hair growing among its wool: bred for its coat which is used in making carpets
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The houses were developed by Peter Drysdale, who was transported from his native Victoria in Australia to Fiji by his parents in 1936 when he was just five.
Darren Drysdale has been announced as the referee for the early kick off on Monday and it he brings back happy memories.
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David Drysdale is flying the Saltire at the Belgian Knockout after booking a quarter-final slot.
DAVID Drysdale and James Heath both came through play-offs to advance to the quarterfinals of the inaugural Belgian Knockout.
David Drysdale, Justin Rose, Ryan Fox and Daniel Im were a shot further back in fourth, with Drysdale completing a brilliant course record of 63 with seven consecutive birdies.
Otherwise the summit won't be successful, argues Peter Drysdale, head of the East Asian Bureau of Economic Research for Caixin Online.
Miami, FL, October 25, 2015 --(PR.com)-- An innovative new product designed to serve a valuable function for mothers of infants, the Drysdale E-Z Breast Pump, has been developed by inventor Omar Drysdale of Fort Pierce, Florida.
Former Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) trader Ian Drysdale, has told a court that the lender "dishonestly contrived" his dismissal to deflect attention from its own failings, the Telegraph reported on Wednesday.
Bob Purkey came in second to Don Drysdale in 1962, Danny Jackson finished second behind Orel Hershiser in 1988, and Johhny Cueto was runner-up to Clayton Kershaw last year.