Ryder


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Ryder

(ˈraɪdə)
n
(Biography) Susan, Baroness Ryder of Warsaw. 1923–2000, British philanthropist; founder of the Sue Ryder Foundation for the Sick and Disabled, which is funded by a chain of charity shops: married to Leonard Cheshire

Ry•der

(ˈraɪ dər)

n.
Albert Pinkham, 1847–1917, U.S. painter.
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Ryder instantly gave the alarm, and Horner was arrested the same evening; but the stone could not be found either upon his person or in his rooms.
Ryder stood glaring with a drawn face, uncertain whether to claim or to disown it.
You had heard, Ryder, of this blue stone of the Countess of Morcar's?
It seems to me, Ryder, that there is the making of a very pretty villain in you.
Ryder -- who, I think, could soon have brought me round, and could have done anything with me; but he had given up all the hard part of the trade to his son and to another experienced man, and he only came at times to oversee.
NEWCASTLE'S Ryder Architecture has acquired a leading London practice to create a PS15m-turnover business.
TEAM USA 2002 US PGA champ RICH BEEM'S guide to the American team RICKIE FOWLER Age: 27 WR: 9 Ryder Cup record: 2 appearances, (W-L-D) 0-3-5 He is overdue.
Scott Ryder, 26, died at James Cook University Hospital a week after emergency services were called to Hudson House Flats, on Westdale Road, Thornaby, at 12.
DAILY POLL WILL the shattered American team recover to win the Ryder Cup on home soil in 2016?
WORCESTER - Worcester Country Club, the home golf course of the first Ryder Cup in June 1927, now has a beautiful replica of the actual Ryder Cup.
AFTER months of build-up, the Ryder Cup is finally here, with the eyes of the golfing world turned upon Wales' Celtic Manor course.