[ US /ˈɹɪdɫi/ ]
  1. a marine turtle
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How To Use ridley In A Sentence

  • Blighty -- Britain; "'Bean' is one of the biggest hits to come out of Blighty." blurb -- TV commercial; "Ridley Scott started his career directing blurbs." boff (also boffo, boffola) -- outstanding (usually refers to box office performance); "'My Best Friend's Wedding' has been boffo at the B.O. Variety.com
  • Of course Mr Ridley already has Katharine Ramsay, his special adviser at both environment and transport.
  • The unicorn segment was an outtake from the original footage discarded by Ridley Scott in 1982. Boing Boing: September 18, 2005 - September 24, 2005 Archives
  • The film, co-produced by filmmaking brothers Ridley and Tony Scott, has enough sex and violence to merit a TV-MA rating but lacks the campy panache of Starz's previous multi-parter, "Spartacus," perhaps the wackiest, raunchy blood-spurter of all time. TV preview: 'The Pillars of the Earth'
  • Sitting in the chair for a shapeup this week are: Jimi Izrael, civil rights attorney Arsalan Iftikhar, syndicated columnist Ruben Navarette and screenwriter and graphic novelist John Ridley. 'Shop Talk': Should Kendrick Meek Stay In Florida Senate Race?
  • Other criticisms of the Ridley ruling appear to show scant regard for the integrity of the retailer or its competitiveness.
  • TDR's Director Dr Robert Ridley says, "We work with national authorities and country partners to build research capacity and infrastructure.
  • Ridley suddenly realized what that half-formed thought a moment ago had been signposting. A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
  • • In 1989 Nicholas Ridley, the minister for the environment in the Conservative government, tried to defend the poll tax as "fair" on the grounds that "a duke would pay the same as a dustman". Letters: Radical alternatives to raising VAT
  • With the drilling of the first well now complete, the deep ruts created by truck traffic may keep the Kemp's ridley, already the rarest sea turtle, from its usual nesting grounds.
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