Goldie


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Gold´ie


n.1.(Zool.) The European goldfinch.
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In windswept conditions, Goldie shot 72 and 73 on the par-69 Bridlepath course.
At the February meeting of the British Society, Brian Goldie, of Pigmentan, Ltd., addressed members on "Novel High-Performance Anticorrosion Pigments for Paints and Coatings--Is There Life After Red Lead?"
GOLDIE WAS A BUCK my brother named in 2004 after seeing the way the sun shined off the buck's antlers.
Lucky for us, Arthur Raymond Goldie, a member of the original party that geologist David Barr led to the coast of northern Labrador in the summer of 1970, has conveniently wrapped it all up in a cloudy paperback cover.
Goldie leaves Buffalo almost at the outset of the story, disappearing out West, dead to their father.
In 2003, surgeon David Sachs of Harvard Medical School plunged his scalpel into Goldie the pig and transplanted the animal's heart into a baboon's chest.
GOLDIE A LOTUS GROWS IN THE MUD GOLDIE HAWN, WITH WENDY HOLDEN PUTNAM; 447 PGS.; $25.95
takes to the stage at the New Theatre on Thursday, Goldie will have pride of place.
PORKY Anne Diamond filled her face yesterday - after housemate Goldie threatened to chop her head off!
By PETER GOLDIE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
The Angus Reid Group also welcomes Kent Goldie to its AgriFood division in Winnipeg, Canada.
They are closely followed by their sweet and innocent daughter, Goldie, played by .