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reddy

(ˈrɛdɪ)
adj, -dier or -diest
slightly red in colour
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The illustration by a Bangalore-based artist Archana Sreenivasan features Reddi as a determined and strong lady.
The likely cause of the blaze was dry grass fire aided by heavy winds, Reddi said.
To complete my baked goodies, I also like to top it all off with a generous dollop of low-calorie Reddi Wip.
Caption; Manhattan Mayor Usha Reddi has been invited to serve as Little Apple Pride's parade Grand Marshall and keynote speaker at the rally.
We want to ensure that we are accessible to all classes of people," Reddi told the media.
Sashi Reddi will join the board and work closely with founder and CEO of YuppTV, Uday Reddy, in building the company to $100 Million revenue in the next 3 years.
"...the world-class showroom is a tangible example of the commitment that Porsche has for the Indian market," added Reddi.The prices of Porsche cars in India range from 71.17 lakh for its smallest model, all the way up to Rs 2.66 crore.
"Data services and analytics capabilities are rapidly becoming essential elements of commercial and government operations, and these product offerings hold unmistakable benefits to the intelligence community," said Sashi Reddi, vice president, Big Data and Analytics, CSC.
The compound is among others that the research team is testing that induce an infection-fighting human protein called REDDI. Until this study, researchers had not demonstrated that REDD1 had this important antiviral function.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Cllr Frank Prendergast, with the Mayor of Solihull, Cllr Irene Chamberlain, and students from Solihull Music Services, from left to right, Christopher Jay, Zoe McGowan, Arianna Reddi and Tom Owen Picture: JAMES
The nationalist and feminist politics of devadasi reform in Madras Presidency were developed, in large measure, by Muthulakshmi Reddi (1886-1968), a physician, legislator, and founding member of the WIA.
Jyoshna Reddi, a 21-year-old student from Middlesbrough, said: "Young people need to be educated more about it."