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cardy

(ˈkɑːdɪ)
n, pl -dies
(Clothing & Fashion) informal a variant spelling of cardie
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He is already serving multiple life sentences, including a 25-year term handed down three years ago for the murder of Jennifer Cardy in Ballinderry, Co Antrim, in 1981.
Credimax and MasterCard has been collaborated to introduce the Cardy MasterCard Prepaid Card .
Cardy MasterCard Prepaid Card can be had without the need of a bank account or salary transfer.
ere is now new hope of a prosecution in the case after Black last year lost an appeal against his latest conviction for the murder of nineyearold Jennifer Cardy.
The Canadian Society for Chemical Technology (CSCT) is involved in international accreditation through the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB), which is chaired by CSCT member Cathy Cardy, FCIC.
Cardy expressed his gratitude to the Walton Group for its support.
Black took the costly legal action despite the fact he would not even give evidence at the original trial in which he was convicted of the 1981 killing of schoolgirl Jennifer Cardy.
Chief executive Brian Cardy confirmed to the ECHO that administrators had been called in to scrutinise the firm's books and lead the hunt for a new owner.
Sophie Cardy from Cardiff City Ladies FC is also in the squad.
nz, Reverend Glynn Cardy said the sign was about trying to lift the humanity of Jesus.
Police did release an audio recording of Black following his conviction for the murder of Jennifer Cardy from Northern Ireland, in October.
Robert Black, now 64, was told he must serve a minimum 25 years for murdering nine-year-old Jennifer Cardy, who was snatched as she cycled to a friend's house in Ballinderry, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in 1981.