rindy

rindy

(ˈraɪndɪ)
adj, -dier or -diest
with a rind or rindlike skin
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Dean Rindy, a political consultant who helped sway voters in Austin, Texas, to enforce regulations on Uber and Lyft, which both left the city after the vote.
The bond between the women deepens, kindling a passionate affair, which forces Carol's estranged husband Harge (Kyle Chandler) to seek sole custody of their daughter Rindy.
Cody and Rindy Spicer's driveway is less than 500 feet west of Head's.
Carol's divorce from Harge (Kyle Chandler) is messy and jeopardizes her relationship with her daughter, Rindy.
Into this world of soulless, manufactured luxury and overflowing display cases steps Carol Aird (Blanchett), an elegant socialite looking for a Christmas gift to buy for her young daughter, Rindy.
In a study published May 28 in PLOS ONE, Rindy Anderson of Duke University and colleagues suggest that most people prefer a voice without vocal fry, rating it more attractive, better educated and more hirable, with women's ratings penalized more for fry than those of men.
Has a nice tart rindy flavor to it, better that the sweet part that takes over the beer flavor," said Phil Simpson.
Scientists had assumed the sparrows' wing-waving behavior was a signal intended for other males, but testing the observations was difficult, said Duke biologist Rindy Anderson.
Both of these dynamics were identified in a 1987 paper authored by Randall Lockwood and Kate Rindy of the Humane Society of the United States (Are "pit bulls" different?
Every situation is unique," says Dean Rindy, a Democratic media strategist.
Indeed it is the combination of strength and controlled precision which is so clearly indicated by a rindy made handaxe.
Entre las obras expuestas se encontraba el triptico Phaedrus, un (otro) monocromo blanco y, al parecer, tentacion irresistible para la "artista" Rindy Sam, que el 19 de julio, una vez retocado el lipstick carmin, le planto un beso a la obra.