from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Ridley, Nicholas 1500?-1555. English prelate who was executed for refusing to renounce his Protestantism after the accession of the Roman Catholic Mary I.
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- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male given name, or rarely a female one, transferred from the surname.
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- n. a marine turtle
John Ridley is a screenwriter, a graphic novelist and MORNING EDITION commentator.
With some 20 foreign sales to date and film rights already in Ridley Scott's hands, this successor to Hannibal Lector's lurid mantle has nonstop plotting, a nonstop pace, and even a surprise ending.
I think Ridley is more like me that any other character who has visited me, without being exactly like me.
"Ridley is a character still in search of herself, and this effort offers appealing moments of first-person honesty, but could lose readers unfamiliar with Unger's first."
We already know that Russell Crowe will play the Sheriff of Nottingham in Ridley Scott's revisionist version of the classic Robin Hood tale, but who might play the lovely Maid Marian?
An interesting rumor has popped up this weekend surrounding Christian Bale's possible involvement in Ridley Scott's Nottingham.
No way Philip Ridley would write a plan crappy horror flick - trust me guys if Ridley is involved and if Spall and Noel Clarke are on board there is much more to this …
A new site put together by Raven M. Ridley is looking for story contributions – with a twist.
Best trade: On New Year's Day 1987, the Caps acquired Bob Crawford, Kelly Miller and Mike Ridley from the Rangers for Bob Carpenter and a second-round draft pick (Jason Prosofsky), who didn't amount to anything.
Frankenstein's monster side by side with Donna Haraway's cyborg, the replicants in Ridley Scott's movie Blade Runner, and Jackson's Patchwork