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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And Budge said: "We're spending a lot of money at the moment but I've always said to the supporters we are a football club and first and foremost I have to look after what we're doing as a football club.
Here, Budge pairs Robert Payne Knight's empiricist aesthetics with "a Brunonian aetiology of addiction to novels" (32) to show how Radcliffe critiques the Burkean sublime evoked by lurid gothic horrors as a pathological state that traps readers "in the sensations of their own nervous system" (35).
After that, Budge began making wedding cakes for her friends, then her mother's friends' daughters, and then scores of others.
There are numerous charming, subtly beguiling aspects to Osborne's Budge.
Nevertheless, the ratings draw comfort from the cheerful demand outlook with India being traditionally deficit in edible oil, its location benefits in light of the company's proximity to the storage unit and the Budge Budge Port, as well as the experience of its promoters in the segment, Fitch noted.
In his new role, Budge will support and educate TelVue's customers deploying and upgrading existing Campus Broadcast systems to High Definition, Digital and IPTV-based platforms.
When AF Budge Ltd, his aviation, engineering and mining company, fell victim to the recession later that year, it signalled the end of Budge's racing operation, which had constituted one of the few barriers to Arab domination of the sport.
The American Don Budge, red-haired and homely, was born in Oakland, California, the son of a truck driver.
Budge said nearly all the adults charged in the case have reached plea agreements, but many of the cases involving juveniles have not yet been resolved.
MEMENTO: Ball collector Tony Shaw meets rugby star Budge Pountney.
Newell has adopted a policy of aggressive growth since a pounds 14 million management buy-out backed by 3i this year, which saw co-founder Ann Budge take over the helm.
It was a marvelous weapon, which Don Budge delivered with perfect form, pace and accuracy.
Canadian baby boomers, and those older, are likely to recall Budge Crawley as the lone filmmaker who provided a significant private voice in the 1950s and 1960s, opposing those heard from the government-funded media agencies, the NFB and CBC.
For the Mart Stam retrospective they have teamed up with Tecta, the chair manufacturers, to offer Stam's 'Kragstuhl' (developed from the prototype first shown at the Stuttgart Weissenhof exhibition housing in 1927), and with lighting manufacturers Technolumen to manufacture his 'Wandlampe', originally designed for the Henry and Emma Budge Old People's Home in Frankfurt, completed in 1929.
Richard Budge was popping the champagne corks once again in Doncaster last week.