sudder

sudder

(ˈsʌdə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Indian supreme court
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (esp of a government office) supreme; highest; chief
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But Font did team up with Tom Sudder to thrash Ben Travers and Andy Gibbons 21-7 21-8 at first men's.
A restaurant owner in Sudder Street, where I stay, said: "Our business on Saturday night will depend on India's performance.
Disco dance champion Paul Wild and dance partner Hayley Witham, with school rock band Inertia (Phil Maughan, Laura Sudder and Ashley Gallantree) in 2001
In the boys' Under-13 singles, Oliver Stansfield (Gwent) defeated Tomos Sudder (NEWBA) in the final 21/12 21/17.
Originally from Bihar, 55-year-old migrant worker Shallim has been running around Calcutta for 35 years pulling a rickshaw for locals and tourists on backpacker haunt Sudder Street.
Social historians of the future will puzzle over 'exit strategy' and 'naughty step', perhaps wondering what the errant step has done But above all, they'll surely sudder when they reach the vuvuzela, which makes its appearance in the weighty tome for the first time.
The four judges of the awards will be Iwan Jones, HSBC regional commercial director, Dr Ann Sudder, the Welsh Assembly Government's innovation manager in the Department for the Economy and Transport, Andy Gilpin, the Daily Post Wales' executive editor, and independent panel member David W Williams, who is also chairman of the North Wales Business Club.
I'm impressed with level of dedication shown by the students - the quality of their work is astonishing,' said Dr Ann Sudder of the WDA.
Special thanks to Janette Sudder, Community Matron and to carers who showed sincere care and dedication when looking after Shirley.
And sudder with anticipation as someone purchases a magazine in Rita Sullivan's corner shop.
The other three judges on the Achievement Wales panel are Mark Brittain, Daily Post senior assistant editor, Iwan Jones, HSBC regional commercial director and Dr Ann Sudder, the Welsh Assembly Government's St Asaph-based innovation manager.
Alan O'Connell, George Sudder, George Race and Neil Torr received accreditation for their excellent managerial skills and health and safety knowledge.