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Definitions of dries in various dictionaries:
adj - having no moisture
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Helps with the dishes|
|Shares dish duty|
|Uses a towel|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Third person singular present tense of dry.|
|present simple of dry|
|Free from moisture or liquid not wet or moist.|
|(of information, writing, etc.) dully factual.|
|(of a joke or sense of humour) subtle and expressed in a matter-of-fact way.|
|Prohibiting the sale or consumption of alcoholic drink.|
|(of an alcoholic drink) not sweet.|
|Relating to political dries rigidly monetarist.|
|Dries, Limburg, BELGIUM|
|Dries, Liege, BELGIUM|
|Dries, Oost-Vlaanderen, BELGIUM|
|Dries, West-Vlaanderen, BELGIUM|
|Dries, Antwerpen, BELGIUM|
|Dries, Brabant, BELGIUM|
|Dries might refer to|
During the 1980s, members of the Conservative Party in Britain who opposed some of the more hard-line policies of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher were often referred to by their opponents as "wets". Thatcher coined the usage in 197980, with the meaning of feeble, lacking hardness, or willing to compromise with the unions. The label was especially applied to senior members of her government who were nevertheless outside Thatcher's inner circle and who expressed opposition to her strict monetarist policies designed to tackle inflation and her cuts to public spending.Hugo Young identifies the most important "inner" wets as Jim Prior, Peter Walker, and Sir Ian Gilmour, as well as Lord Carrington and Norman St John-Stevas. The "outer" wets were more fragmented and less visible. They included Francis Pym, Michael Heseltine and Lord Hailsham.|
* Gilmour was the most outspoken, delivering a lecture at Cambridge in February 1980 where he argued:
* "In the Conservative view, economic liberalism à la