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Drysdale

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

Drysdale

(ˈdraɪzdeɪl)
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(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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To do this we will need to upskill more workers, and a key part of our plan to do this is to revitalise the industry training centre, Drysdale House.
DAVID DRYSDALE didn't drop a shot as he carded a four-under 67 for a share of seventh place on the first day of the Turkish Airlines Open Championship.
David Drysdale, 32, duped hundreds of desperate customers out of money paid to his firm Welcome Loans for financial advice.
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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.
Dervis and Drysdale present readers with a collection of essays and scholarly articles that look at the principles of global governance, managing the G-20, the core G-20 economic agenda, and issues that indicate a need for reform in global governance.
Lynn Drysdale, a veteran attorney of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid who teaches consumer law and lectures frequently regarding foreclosure and other consumer pocketbook issues, is the recipient of The Florida Bar's 2014 Consumer Protection Lawyer of the Year Award.
KIWI Pete Drysdale is among the top scorers in the Drakes Premiership so far with just short of 400 runs to help put Scholes top of the table.
Yes, the community's major industry just tanked, but Tannis Drysdale, the town's economic development officer, believes there's a silver lining to all this.
When considering the work of Drysdale, that separation seems impossible.
SCOTLAND'S David Drysdale shrugged off the effects of a couple of sleepless nights to move into contention for a first European Tour title at the 291st attempt in the Avantha Masters in India.
Overnight leader Chinnarat Phadungsil, who had been five clear of the field after a stunning 61, fared 13 shots worse with a 74 yesterday that left him one behind Drysdale on nine under.