FIDLER

AcronymDefinition
FIDLERField Instrument for Detection of Low Energy (gamma Or x) Radiation
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Howbeit, nevertheless, after prayer was over, and I was departed home, this occasioned a battle in the churchyard, where, amongst other mischief, the head of a travelling fidler was very much broken.
Keys refused to give in and Fidler set up a grandstand finish with a late try but a Scrivens penalty settled the contest.
FM Global, a commercial and industrial property insurer, has named Deanna Fidler as senior vice president and chief human resources officer.
Mullner and Fidler both recommend having a trainer or physical therapist look at your movement patterns to determine weaknesses and tight areas.
MOSELEY: Hollingsworth, Baffour (Tonks, 48), Allsopp (Hayward, 30), Smith, Pointon, Williams, Lewis; Fidler (Owen 53, Fidler 70), Caves (White 65, Caves 73), Tyack, Lawrence, Bean, Cowen, Poole (Brightwell, 79), Brightwell (Le Roux, 48).
SCORERS: CROSS KEYS - Tries: D Fidler, D Welch, J Tovey, L Andrews.
A long injury stoppage then ended with Jon Tideswell being replaced by Fidler on Moseley's tight head, after which the home side controlled the remainder of the opening quarter without threatening the scoreboard.
Fidler "However, we have reviewed the footage and can confirm that on this occasion the police vehicle should not have parked in the area in question.
As well as receiving the jail term, Scott was ordered to pay PS200 compensation to the Fidler family.
For example, Fidler says, if the head is forward, the muscles in the back of the neck are lengthened while the muscles in the front are shortened.