mardy


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mardy

(ˈmɑːdɪ)
adj
1. (of a child) spoilt
2. irritable
[from marred, past participle of mar]
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Nearly 33 years to the day since the tram of coal was raised Mardy Colliery, ending more than a century coal mining, we take a look back at last pit in the Rhondda...
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Network Rail engineers will start demolishing Mardy Road Bridge, which will be replaced with a new and improved structure.
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I had three years up in Manchester and the word 'mardy' was bandied around.
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The East Central College Board of Trustees has approved the appointment of Mardy Leathers as executive director (ED) for the Center for Workforce Development.
Dublin squad: Charlotte Edmunds (TNS), Megan Roberts (Prestatyn), Mared Jones (Llewod Llanrug), Olivia Fuller (Liverpool), Fiona Dodge (Mardy Tigers), Lowri Ridings (Cimla AFC), Mollie Jones and Kylie Nolan (both Troedyrhiw), Kelsey Davies (Kinmel Bay), Shauana Pentney (Mardy Tigers), Lois Regan (Caernarfon), Rebecca Pritchard (Everton CoE), Charlie Estcourt (Chelsea), Francesca Curteis and Emily Curteis (both Liverpool), Laura Mitchell (Everton), Chloe Hughes (Bethel), Katy Hosford (Rhos), Lily Stephens (Reading), Sarah Stephens (Bristol Academy).
And US star Mardy Fish posted on Twitter: "Shame on CBS."
ROGER FEDERER progressed to the quarter-finals of the US Open without hitting a ball yesterday as Mardy Fish pulled out of their scheduled fourth-round match for health reasons.
One judge was served with a tennis ball to the face during the fourth round match at Wimbledon 2012 on Monday between Mardy Fish and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.