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Clonegal in Co Carlow claimed Ireland's Tidiest Village gong while Listowel in Co Kerry got the prize for Tidiest Small Town.
RICHARD GASQUET The Frenchman's climbed back into the top 10 and has one of the tidiest games on the circuit.
Richie Ramsay finds the cut and prepared off the tee with hugely impressive regularity - he is one of the tidiest golfers in the game - and the tight targets at Golf du Palais will not frighten him one little bit.
You may be very efficient in certain areas of your life, but your office may not be the tidiest of places.
Committee Chairman, DISY's George Georgiou, said the report clearly showed that the EAC was one of the tidiest SGOs, though there were still some discrepancies.
The survey, by cleaning product giant Vileda, identified the tidiest people in Britain as redheaded female shopworkers, aged in their early 50s and living in Scotland.
The original caption to today's photograph read: "Northumberland's triple prize-winning tidiest village, Allendale where the word 'litter' is almost unknown.
He is the tidiest, most meticulous and conscientious professional about.
The tidiest way to explain the tree's pattern is that Crotoniidae sex disappeared long ago and then somehow reemerged, he and his colleagues say in a paper published in the April 24 Proceedings of the National Academy o f Sciences.
Judges from all sectors of the cleaning industry scour the UK examining streets, parks, buildings and tourist spots for the cleanest and tidiest location.
This wasn't the tidiest of performances I've heard from this remarkable amateur orchestra, but conductor Michael Lloyd emphasised to me his "commitment to these people who work so hard".