droger

droger

(ˈdrəʊɡə)
n
a long-masted boat used in the West Indies
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Alkohol, droger och hja'rnan: tro och vetande utifran modern neurovetenskap.
Ahead, Barnsley rider Dieter Droger (Dirt Wheels Cycles) took the victory, and in the youth race Fibrax Wrexham RC''s Simon Price was fifth U14 boy and 18th overall.
David Beachill (Huddersfield RC) was 26th in the Seniors race won by Joe Moses (Paul Milnes RT) by over 90 seconds from Dieter Droger (Team CF).
Gareth McGuiness He made a decisive attack 10 miles from the finish of the 63-mile Rhyl CC promotion, and despite young riders of the pedigree of Planet X''s Ryan Mullen and Chris Latham in pursuit behind, he used his ability as a time triallist to solo to victory a minute clear of Latham, Rhyl Cyclo-Cross 2010 winner Paul Bethell (PB Electrical), Mullen and Dieter Droger (Team CF).
14 Lewis Meadows Cleveland Wheelers @3.30; 15 Dieter Droger Wakefield RC ST; 16 Richard King VC Briganti ST.
Also riding are Lewis Meadows (Cleveland Whs), Dieter Droger (Wakefield CC) and a four-man VC Briganti team led by North East Divisional Road Race champion Matt Kipling.
Oldham went on to a predictable win, but the 16-year-old from St Asaph held on for third behind Dieter Droger (Cystic Fibrosis), and finished ahead of last year's Rhyl Cyclo-Cross winner Giles Drake (Team Elite).
He will face competition from Doncaster's Mark Wordsworth, Wakefield's Dieter Droger and Eston prospect Lewis Meadows, of the promoting club.
Wilson attacked the combined race on the penultimate climb as the rest waited for either a similar attack from companion Dieter Droger (Wakefield CC) or the inevitable mass gallop.