DAVIE


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DAVIEDepartment of the Army Vocabulary of Information Elements
DAVIEDigital Audio in Visual Impairment Education (project; UK)
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Well, Davie, lad," said he, "I will go with you as far as the ford, to set you on the way.
But the name of that family, Davie, boy, is the name you bear -- Balfours of Shaws: an ancient, honest, reputable house, peradventure in these latter days decayed.
And here, Davie, laddie," he resumed, "it lies near upon my conscience to improve this parting, and set you on the right guard against the dangers of the world.
The first, which is round, will likely please ye best at the first off-go; but, O Davie, laddie, it's but a drop of water in the sea; it'll help you but a step, and vanish like the morning.
Davie, Davie," I thought, "was ever seen such black ingratitude?
This August it was announced that Davie Shipyards would be contracted to provide a refitted commercial vessel for the job.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) recognized the opportunity to provide an additional transportation option for students, faculty and members of the public traveling to and from the SFEC Davie Campus," stated Jordan Rockwell, Transit Demand Coordinator.
When I brought Davie to Falkirk from America he was in his early 20s.
Davie goes about his business different to Peter, Davie has a few wee quiet words in the ears of the young players, lending his support.
Planning his funeral, Davie had told his wife Ruth: "If motorcyclists in motorcycle clubs can do it, why shouldn't lorry drivers?
Davie, 28, has battled back from horrific injuries he sustained after a bomb blew up directly below him.
Meanwhile, Bell was making headway against Graham Vose, Alan Davie, Sam Wanless, Eddie Mordica and Davy Richardson to set up the first final against Dodds.