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trye

(traɪ)
adj
archaic very good
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The Lebanon International Short-Films Festival will take place between 8-12 Dec, in Tripoli, Trye and Nabatieh and will coincide with the opening of their latest renovated venue, Tyre's Cinema Rivoli, which has been idle since 1989.
FAMILIES wanting a large home with space for everyone and within easy reach of commuter links and access to the north and south of the region via the A1 could find their Christmas wish come trye.
But the action failed when Lord Trye ruled they did not start proceedings within a five-year time limit.
J'Accusi at a handsom House to trye the Spa unknown.
This year's event celebrated the tenth anniversary of citizenship ceremonies in Warwick-k shire and was attended by dignitaries including Deputy Lord Lieutenant Anna Trye and incoming High Sheriff Clare Hopkinson.
With trye stocks having a good run, is there scope for more gains?
Sonam Udasi, Head of Research, IDBI Capital, says investors can buy trye stocks for medium-term gains.
This move from MRF comes right after French trye maker Michelin announced that its facility near Chennai, which is the largest tyre factory in the world, will go online in the coming weeks.
Taha AS, Hudson N, Hawkey CJ, Swannell AJ, Trye PN, Cottrell J, et al.
Duane was battling with Alan 'Chubby' McCord when the power steering belt came off his RB26 powered Nissan S13 which caused him to swerve and crash into a trye wall at over 70mph.
Confirmation of this is to be found in his 1426 order to acquire "un livre portant la signature du duc de Berry, lequel avait ete pris par les Bourguignons et vendu dans la ville d'Orleans" [a book, bearing the signature of the duke of Berry, which had been acquired by the Burgundians and sold in the city of Orleans], on October 31, 1427, and to acquire a second book that had fallen into English hands and was currently owned by the widow of Louis de Trye, chevalier, a book covered in veloux vermeil [rose-red velvet], containing "our arms" and the signature of the duke of Berry, for 9 pounds tournois.