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The name Lloyd is a variation of the Welsh word llwyd or clwyd, which means "grey" or "brown".

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Matthew Lloyd
... Matthew James Lloyd (born 16 April 1978) is a former professional Australian rules footballer for the Essendon Football Club in the Australian Football League ... A highly decorated full-forward, Lloyd's Australian Football League honours include seventh highest goalkicker in VFL/AFL history, Coleman Medals as ... Lloyd also belongs to the small group of players whose first kick in the AFL resulted in a goal as well as players to have kicked the "ton" – over ...
Matthew Lloyd - Early Life
... Matthew Lloyd was born in Melbourne in 1978 to parents John (a former VFL footballer who played 29 games for the Carlton Football Club from 1965–1967) and Bev Lloyd ... The Lloyds moved to Scotland for three years because of John's work, and it was there that Matthew picked up rugby and soccer playing for his Currie club ... Lloyd attended St Martin De Porres Parish Primary School in Avondale Heights before moving to St Bernards College, Essendon ...
Nobody Likes Onions - Former Hosts - Jake Lloyd
... Jake Lloyd had appeared on a handful of shows in Tampa, and was later a regular recurring guest in Los Angeles ... landing him the nickname "Jake Fuckin' Lloyd." After a sarcastic remark he made on a show in Tampa about the general age of the show's listeners ...
Lloyd Doggett - Electoral History
... Subject Party Votes % Opponent Party Votes % Opponent Party Votes % 1994 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 113,738 56.31 Jo Baylor Republican 80,382 39.22 Other 7,866 3.89 1996 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 132,06 ... May Libertarian 20,155 14.79 2000 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 203,628 84.55 Michael Davis Libertarian 37,203 15.45 2002 Lloyd Doggett Democratic 114,428 84.37 Michele Messina ...

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    To look at the cross-section of any plan of a big city is to look at something like the section of a fibrous tumor.
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