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rudie

(ˈruːdɪ)
n
(Historical Terms) a rude boy or, specifically, a member of a youth movement originating in Jamaica in the 1960s
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Beloved and adored wife to John, much loved mum to Pamela and David, mother-in-law to Peter and Kirstin, a devoted nana to Lauren, Herbie, Rudie, Bodi and Kiki and a dear friend to all.
They met with Rudie and Marlice van Vurren, the founder of of the conservation N/a'an ku sAaAaAeA where the sanctuary is located.
Rudie Prinsloo, owner of Felleng Tours , has been doing safari tours through South Africa and beyond since 2001.
WHERE TO BUY: see p54 Oooh, rudie dding Another s* colouring book Adult colouring books have been a big trend this year - apparently the easy, steady process of colouring, coupled with the satisfaction of a pretty end result is gently therapeutic.
RUDIE AND THE REVOLVERS: The Royal Hotel, High Street, Sutton Coldfield.
I've got a dog called Rudie and a big fluffball of a cat called Muffy, so I am never alone in my house.
Many astrophotographers contributed their work freely to the Sky Guide and are thanked for their beautiful submissions: Carol Botha, Kos Coronaios, Brett du Preez, Ivan Eder, Rudie Loots, Michael Moller, Johan Moolman, Greg Roberts, Leslie Rose, Tanja Schmitz, Hadia Hassan Selim, Paul Smit, Peter Smits, Chris Stewart, Oleg Toumilovitch, and Victor van Wulfen.
The super-strength of cellulose nanocrystals and fibrils is "strength in the order of Kevlar," says Alan Rudie, supervisory research chemist at the Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisc.
said Rudie Putter, the iconic Windhoek hotel's General Manager.