Lundy


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Lundy

(ˈlʌndɪ)
n
(Placename) an island in SW England, in Devon, in the Bristol Channel: now a bird sanctuary. Pop: 28 (2007)
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Come now, Master Lundy, I should like to hear you say it.
MICHEAL LUNDY says Corofin are ready to put the lessons of last year's All-Ireland semi-final into practice against Moorefield today.
John Lundy also assaulted a security guard as he tried to leave the Accident and Emergency Department at the Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, in Cramlington.
EAST WENATCHEE -- Seattle-based consulting firm Logic20/20 recently announced its expansion into the Central Washington region with a new office in Wenatchee led by Eastern Washington Development Manager Amanda Lundy.
Sgt Tim Lundy, 44, had also been accused of lining up his former girlfriend's sex toys in her window for neighbours to see.
The speaker was Paul Lundy, partner at Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLC.
The distance from here to Lundy Island is 52 miles, which should give a curvature of 1650 feet.
Adam Lundy, 27, was yesterday found guilty of murdering John on May 28 this year.
VICTOR LUNDY DIDN'T ACHIEVE THE SAME FAME as his Sarasota School of Architecture compatriot (and Harvard classmate) Paul Rudolph, but in his eight years in Sarasota (1951-1960), he designed some of its most innovative and beautiful buildings--among them St.
A liquor license attorney from Lundy, Beldecos & Milby can help restaurant and bar owners gain access to this potentially lucrative new business.
VVFROM front page Royal Ascot, and yesterday nominated two-year-olds Lundy and Ambiguity as his likely representatives.
The Unravelling History of Becoming: An Eagle's Eye View Craig Lundy, History and Becoming: Deleuze's Philosophy of Creativity, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.