Budge


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to make a slight movement

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to impart slight movement to

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United States tennis player who in 1938 was the first to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles championship in the same year (1915-2000)

move very slightly

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Budge said: "The only thing that makes the budget go slightly higher is timing - and the fact Craig always pushes it, as you might expect
Budge said: "What's the biggest challenge facing Hearts?
This is obviously a blow to us and we wish Budge a speedy recovery.
We repaired to our tennis archives and dug up the negative of the first sequence of the Budge backhand that we had ever shot.
His career encompassed furniture design, teaching at the Bauhaus and architectural practice, designing the Hellerhof estate for low income groups and the Budge Home in Frankfurt.
A SCOTTISH win today would also mean the world to their English- born flanker Budge Pountney.
In contrast to Begin and his negotiating team who showed firm commitments to positions from which they generally did not budge, Sadat adopted positions which were elastic, highly flexible, and often contradictory.
You cannot just turn on capacity, you have to build it up and get systems validated,'' saidMr Budge.
Dump used cat litter on it or something that will make it unreadable,'' Budge said.
About Budge Budge is a private, venture-backed mobile micro-donation platform that makes giving to charity fun.
NEW Hearts owner Ann Budge made sweeping changes in a ruthless first day in office as she promoted Robbie Neilson to first-team coach under the guidance of Craig Levein.
Budge takes over from Pat Wynne, who has served as vice president and general manager of the Asia Pacific region since August, 2005.
The security holes were discovered by experts from Newell & Budge, one of the UK's fastest growing and most successful independent providers of IT services and solutions.
But spokesman Rob Budge said the problem would not affect production of jabs for the UK and Europe.