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  • n  duck of the northern hemisphere much valued for the fine soft down of the females

  • However, the Kong Harald rides the waves like an eider duck at a comfortable 15 knots through the driving snow and stiff wind, and it seems I've found my sea legs: I lurch across .
  • Last week I cited from memory what I thought was a story in William Greider's 1992 book Who Will Tell the People about newspapers and their security guards.
  • Animal life abounded on the frozen bayflocks of little auks, eider duck, sportive seals and an occasional roving polar bear.
News & Articles

  • Notes from the Scrum: Today’s the day to clean Eider Creek
    This trail, Eider Creek nearly Telluride, Colorado, is Matthew Beaudin's timeless friend and foe. Photo: Matthew Beaudin | VeloNews.com We all have that stretch of trail or road that beats us every time. Matthew Beaudin makes a run at his celebrated site of discontent
    July 10, 2013 - Velo News
Quotes

  • Harry Redknapp in Telegraph.co.uk
    ...31-year-old former Chelsea and Barcelona forward, a target for West Ham, has passed a medical and agreed terms and Harry Redknapp, the Spurs manager, said: "The chairman has probably done a deal for Eider. We spoke to him the other day....
  • David Alward in Telegraph-Journal
    The Eider Rock project was a cornerstone to the premier's self-sufficiency agenda,Alward said. "Bearing this in mind, I trust he will come forward very soon to outline how this development will impact achieving this goal."
  • Craig Gordon in Setanta Sports
    Eider Gudjohnssen is their main man, everything seems to go through him,Gordon told Setanta Sports. "He makes the side tick." "We'll have to keep a special eye on him but they have a few guys who are more than capable of causing us...

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