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(of country gentry) informal, clannish and outdoorsy

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I suddenly realised I knew the Cheryl bit but missed out on the Tweedy.
Over the years Cheryl's name has changed from her maiden moniker Cheryl Tweedy to Cheryl Cole, when she wed footballer Ashley Cole, then she was Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, during her brief marriage to Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini.
Weve worked since freshman year on (our press)," Tweedy said.
Tweedy, who met Neil in 2001, began drinking in private three years into their relationship, Manchester magistrates heard.
Hawley didn't have to do much convincing to get Tweedy on board with providing a cover.
Describing his experiences as student and doctor in a new memoir, Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor's Reflections on Race and Medicine, Tweedy also learned that he had high blood pressure and had already incurred mild kidney damage--two of the most vexing health problems facing blacks.
Most interesting of all is the 64-page booklet of liner notes containing track-by-track commentary from Tweedy.
Tweedy said: "Our ethos was based on the chronic need for a no-nonsense HR consultancy.
Goldman brokered the deal on behalf of Tweedy, Browne along with Daniel Hassett, associate director.
Advance Auto Parts (NYSE:AAP), retailer of automotive aftermarket parts, accessories, batteries and maintenance items, declared on Friday that Rusty Tweedy was promoted as area senior vice president and will report to SVP of National Field Operations, Kurt Schumacher.
Of course, Mr Tweedy was not the only person who worked to help me: I would like to take this opportunity publicly to thank everyone who wrote letters, signed the petition and did a thousand and one other small but meaningful things to help bring about my return to the UK.
A couple of decades ago, a young and tough Jeff Tweedy thought he was punk rock.
Sources say Andrew Tweedy, 30, was "ghosted" out of HMP Durham at night after staff were tipped off a "hit" was imminent.
Andrew Tweedy has been caged for six years after the frightening gang raid in which an imitation gun and machete were brandished, reports the Sun.
Andrew Tweedy supplied an imitation handgun used by the post office robbers, who also wielded a machete.