Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Y. Gadilingana Goud or Y. Gadilingana Gowd was twice a member of Parliament of India. He was the member of 1st Lok Sabha and 4th Lok Sabha of India. He represented Kurnool parliamentary constituency of Andhra Pradesh twice as member of parliament. He got elected to 1st Lok Sabha(1952-57) from Praja Socialist Party and to 4th Lok Sabha(1967-71) from Swatantra Party political parties respectively. The First Lok Sabha was constituted on 17 April 1952 after India''s first general election. The 1st Lok Sabha lasted its full tenure of five years and was dissolved on 4 April 1957. The Goud are one of the largest castes in Andhra Pradesh comprising more than 17% of its population. Gouds are involved in soma and Ayurvedic medicine developers in ancient days who are classified as Somavansh Kshatriyas. At present, they are involved in Palm wine/Toddy tapping, farming and modern professions.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Wadduwa is a town situated in the western coast of Sri Lanka about 35km south of Colombo. It''s a very popular tourist attraction in Sri Lanka. It''s also famous for its rich cultivation of coconut palms and as a major producer of toddy & vinegar.It is said that there were many native indigenous doctors in this area in the past. The name for native doctors in Sinalese Language is ''veda mahaththayaa'', thus comes the name ''veda doova'' meaning the land of the native doctors. It has later become ''Wadduwa''. Wadduwa is the meeting place of the Rotary Club of Panadura - Thursday at 20.00 at the Wadduwa Resort Samdura Hotel.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! "Cold Press" or "Cold Brew" is the proper generic term for the process of steeping coffee grounds in room temperature water for an extended period. Toddy is a trademark referencing a cold brewing system developed and patented by Todd Simpson in 1964. In the absence of competition in this brand space, "Toddy" has become a genericized reference in American English and some people in the United States today refer to any cold brewed coffee as a "Toddy." This should not be confused with the term "hot toddy," which refers to an alcoholic drink. The cold-press process requires grinding coffee beans at a coarse setting and soaking those grounds in cold water for a prolonged period of time, usually 12 hours or more. The grounds must be filtered out of the cold water after they have been steeped using a Toddy, paper coffee filter, or a French Press.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Toddy Elizabeth Walters (born October 24, 1969 in Denver, Colorado) is a former actress who is now a singer/songwriter.Walters went to the University of Colorado, where she met Trey Parker who was casting for his student film Cannibal! The Musical. She was cast in the role of Polly Pry. Parker and Walters dated over the course of the film as well as the next film Orgazmo. The two eventually broke up, but Walters still made appearances in Parker and Stone's animated series South Park and the series' feature film adaptation as well as their short lived series That's My Bush. Ms. Walters is now focused on a music career with her debut album "Planet Satsuma" to be released soon.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Toddy is a powdered milk drink manufactured by PepsiCo. As of today, it is mainly marketed and sold in Brazil and Venezuela, but in the 1950s-1960s it was sold as a canned beverage and marketed towards Americans, especially at drive-in movie theaters where it was advertised with the cartoon mascot "Rodeo Joe".Toddy was established in 1930 by Puerto Rican Pedro Erasmo Santiago combining the characteristics of two drinks: the Scotch Toddy (the egg yolk base of egg, honey, cream of milk and whisky) and the Caribbean Rum Toddy, (the base of cacao, molasses of sugar cane and rum). On March 15, 1933, Pedro Erasmo Santiago got licensed by the provisory government of Getúlio Vargas to commercialize the product in Brazil. He innovated in advertising campaigns even though contracting airplanes to write the name of the product with smoke in skies of Rio De Janeiro. In the 1940s, Toddy started being produced in Venezuela, and it's still a very popular beverage in this country.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Linda Todd "Toddy" Puller (born January 19, 1945, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa) is an American politician. A Democrat, she served in the Virginia House of Delegates 1992 99 and was elected to the Senate of Virginia in November 1999. She currently represents[update] the 36th district, made up of parts of Fairfax and Prince William counties. Puller's father was a United States Army officer. She received a B.A. degree in Art History from Mary Washington College in 1967, after which she taught elementary school in Woodbridge, Virginia.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Asian Palm Civet, is a cat-sized mammal in the family Viverridae native to South-east Asia South India and southern China. It may also be known as the Common Palm Civet, Toddy Cat, Motit, Marapatti, Uguduwa, or Maranai. The species' scientific name (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus), was given in 1777 because both sexes have scent glands underneath the tail that resemble testicles. Civets spray a noxious secretion from these glands. The species is also commonly known as the Common Palm Civet or the Toddy Cat. In the Gran Cordillera Central mountain range of northern Philippines, it is called Motit. In the indigenous language of Malayalam in the state of Kerala in southern India, the Asian Palm Civet is known as a Marapatti or " " (which translates as 'Tree-dog' or 'wood-dog'.) In Sri Lanka, the palm civet is known as Uguduwa in Sinhala, and as Maranai in Tamil (the latter has same meaning as the Malayalam name above).
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Todd Julian Blackadder (born 20 September 1971 in Rangiora) is a former professional New Zealand rugby union player and professional rugby coach. He served as Director of Rugby for the Tasman Rugby Union before being appointed to succeed Robbie Deans as coach of Super 14 team the Crusaders. His nickname is "Toddy".He played for the All Blacks 25 times, including 14 as captain. He also played for the Crusaders at lock. Among his achievements as a player were captaincy of the New Zealand All Blacks, the Crusaders Super 12 team, and the Canterbury provincial team. He also played 9 games for nelson bays in 1990. He then continued to play professionally, in Scotland as the captain of the Edinburgh Gunners. First played for Woodend, near Rangiora which kicked off his Rugby Union career. He also played 7''s for New Zealand in the innaugrial world cup held at Murryfield.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Toddy O'Sullivan (born 1934) is a retired Irish Labour Party politician who served for sixteen years as TD for constituencies in Cork, and for five years as a junior government minister. He also served as Lord Mayor of Cork in 1980/81. A native of the Barrack Street area in the south inner city area of Cork, O'Sullivan was educated at Greenmount National School before becoming a postal clerk.A member of Cork City Council, O'Sullivan was Lord Mayor of Cork for the 1980 81 term. O'Sullivan first stood as a candidate for Dáil Éireann at the by-election on 7 November 1979 in the Cork City constituency, following the death of Labour TD Patrick Kerrigan. The by-election was won by Fine Gael's Liam Burke, but O'Sullivan was successful at his next attempt, when he topped the poll at the 1981 general election in the new constituency of Cork North Central.