larney

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larney

(ˈlɑːnɪ)
n
1. (Peoples) a white person
2. a rich person
adj
(of clothes) smart
[C20: probably from an Indian language]
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Larnie Boquiren, a trainer for the women's team, and team doctor Seth Schmoll also helped take care of Gilchrist.
"It's no real surprise to me, and that's great credit to Larnie that he's come in and played in that way.
Louis, the daughter of Curtis and Larnie (Tatom) Chapman.
The support team included Megan and Faye's mum Caroline Brown and grandfather Joan Haddow, as well as Ellen's parents Debbie and Michael, riding instructor Gerry Oliver and travelling grooms Larnie Moule - who also qualified but unfortunately her horse could not compete due to an injury - and Kate Harvey.
According to granddaughter Larnie Sawyerr, Liz's concern for others is not limited to her job.
Gask, who is ma rried to Kerrie and has three children, Harrison, Larnie and Darcie, has just begun his third campaign in Britain and a recent open day has seen an upsurge in new owners.
"There's a female leopard in there at the moment," explains Larnie, who helps run the place.
(Michelle Railsback, Larnie Boyd, Selena Frazier, Alena Munger), 46.42.
But Sian Roberts, usually goal defence, had switched to goal attack and her partnership with goal-shooter Larnie Wagstaff paid dividends for Craig-y-Don, who wrapped up the match with scores of 16-6 and 16-3.
President Larnie Crane says that as long as you believe that the conventional supermarket will continue to be the primary source of food and related products for most shoppers, no future vision should stray too far from the "basics." "I think, at least for us, for the next five years we'll just continue down the road to the future as we've outlined in our Agenda 2000," says Crane.
Megan Brown, her younger sister Faye, Emma Metcalf, from Bedlington, and Larnie Moule, from Walker, all earned their place at the prestigious finals after qualifying for the event at Richmond Equestrian Centre earlier this season.