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small moth-like insect having two pairs of hairy membranous wings and aquatic larvae

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A succession of close shaves came Bolton's way from the 32nd minute when Chris Burke and Caddis combined to tee-up Novak on the left.
Instead he makes the point about Strachan's 4-4-2 set-up to highlight how well Caddis handled his big night.
BIRMINGHAM: Randolph 5, Spector 6, Robinson 6, Mullins 7, Reilly 6 (Macheda 60, 7), Adeyemi 6, MOTM Caddis 8, Burke 6 (Ibe 60, 7), Huws 5 (Hancox 45, 7), Novak 7, Zigic 7.
for Clark his Caddis kept his composure and struck the ball low to the right, just about past the diving McCarthy.
Caddis revealed Tony Mowbray didn't tear the paint off the walls at the interval.
His impressive debut off the bench against Falkirk a fortnight ago earned Caddis his first start in last weekend's 5-1 Scottish Cup drubbing of Killie where his bold forward running set up Scott McDonald's opener.
And Caddis, who has stepped in as captain in Paul Robinson's absence, hailed both the upturn in home results and the fact Blues have dragged themselves from 23rd place to tenth.
But there was no mistake in the 13th minute as Caddis showed how it is done.
End-to-end response time data is collected and displayed in graphical views or stored in a database for detail, summary and historical reporting," said David Caddis, general manager and vice president of eBusiness Assurance Solutions at Candle.
But Caddis, who has featured in 14 of City's 16 fixtures this season, feels the team has the character to respond, starting with a fierce local derby against Wolves on Saturday.
PAUL CADDIS has warned the rest of the Championship Birmingham are ready to get back into the big time.
The Wales international's unfussy tenth-minute finish, after superb build-up play by Paul Caddis, gave Gary Rowett's team a lead that could have been a springboard to another three points.
PAUL CADDIS says his goal that saved Birmingham City from relegation was the best moment of his footballing life.
BIRMINGHAM 2 Caddis 59 (pen), Bartley 90 MIDDLESBRO 2 Carayol 22, Ayala 80 at St Andrew's CHRIS BURKE showed his value to Birmingham as he inspired a spirited fightback that secured a draw with fellow strugglers Middlesbrough.
Liam Caddis netted for Beath on his debut but his goal was cancelled out by MacDonald after 51 minutes.