Related to Medly: Medley swimming


v. t.1.See Medle.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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United States-based Medly Pharmacy is expanding its operations into New Jersey, it was reported yesterday.
However, it was a successful Games for Willmott, who finished seventh in the 400m individual medly final.
The arrest was made after a citizen reported to the Turkish forces that some Afghans were trying to get to the Greek Medly Islands, illegally.
Nangit added he will perform a special arrangement of a medly of Original Pilipino Music (OPM).
Recipes branch out beyond traditional American French Fries / English Chips / Belgian Frites into a medly of delicious delights, including Carmelized Honey Frites, Asparagus Frites, Comte Cheese Frites, Pumpkin Frites, Banana and Brown Sugar Frites, and much more, including sauces ranging from homemade ketchup to more exotic aioli, soy, bleu cheese, or fresh herb sauces.
As he bids to become Godolphin's third winner of the Racing Post Trophy after Ibn Khaldun in 2007 and Medly in 1996, the two-year-old Monsun colt must handle the big step-up in class from Conditions events to Group 1 company and a host of Britain's leading two-year-olds.
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CADE requested Sanofi-Aventis to sell Medly brands Digedrat, Peridal and Lopigrel as condition to the deal.
Scotland's Hannah Miley agonisingly missed out on a medal in the 400m individual medly final - but still insisted she was delighted with her swim.