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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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The funky, foot-tapping Clash song 'Rudie Can't Fail' was the inspiration to name this restaurant, opened in 2002 by Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt.
The new musical stars veteran performer Chris DeCarlo, who once again assays the role of the beloved author, a characterization which has been enjoyed by more than a quarter of a million audience members, and Evelyn Rudie, who has created and portrayed more than three dozen Sholom Aleichem characters in over 2,000 performances to date.
"Researchers are testing these cellulosic nanomaterials in a wide range of applications from substrate for flexible computer chips, to composites for car and airplane bodies, lighter and stronger than steel," Rudie said in the news release.
The chairperson of Botswana Wildlife Producers Association, Mr Rudie Dewet said the association has been in existence for 18 years and had been though good and bad times.
Beloved wife of Elvet, loving mother of Tracey, Sharron and the late Neil, cherished grandmother of Gareth, Donna, Emma, Laura and Jacob, great-grandmother of Rhianna, Logan, Izzie, Rudie and Freddie, and a dear sister.
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.
6 NOW Amanda is pretending to be her dog, Rudie, singing, "On the sixth day of Christmas." She then promotes a shop she's not being paid to promote.
They met with Rudie and Marlice van Vurren, the founder of of the conservation N/a'an ku sAaAaAeA where the sanctuary is located.