Smiddy

Smid´dy


n.1.A smithy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The figures were "in line" with expectations, according to MD Tim Smiddy.
BEAMISH boss Alf Smiddy yesterday issued a call for the Government to do more to aid small and medium sized enterprises(SME).
Paul Smiddy, a retail analyst at stockbrokers Credit Lyonnais, believes Sainsbury's recent management shake-up was not radical enough.
Credit Lyonnais Securities Europe (UK) analyst Mr Paul Smiddy said was keeping his fulear estimate at pounds 55 million.
Other local sausage makers to savour success were: Blair Drummond Smiddy, three silver awards; D Campbell & Son, Callander, two silver; Falleninch Farm Butchers, Stirling, silver, and George Kirk and Son, Denny, gold.
In the Saturday match, which some anglers used as a practice session for the Winter League, Dave Smiddy of Maver Newman Scott was runner-up with 73lb 14oz, while Phil Sellars, Woodlands Tackle, came third with 73lb.
They both knew of The Smiddy, the traditional Scots name for a blacksmiths, when it was a business, run by local blacksmith Bob Marshall.
The seven will be joined on stage tonight by Kate Smiddy, from Billingham, who left the Sage Academy in April to join the cast of the show Mad About The Musicals which is touring to around 100 venues over nine months.
The trout bag limit has been reduced to two fish per day, with fishing on Waskerley Reservoir and Smiddy Shaw Reservoir near Consett.
CALM BEFORE THE STORM: Alf Smiddy, managing director of Beamish and Crawford
"Some supermarkets seem to feel they have already got enough savings customers," said Paul Smiddy, retail analyst at stockbrokers Credit Lyonnais.