Richard Roe

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Rich·ard Roe

 (rĭch′ərd rō)
Used as a name in legal proceedings to designate an unknown man or boy or to protect the identity of a known man or boy, especially where there is another such individual in the case designated as John Doe.

Rich′ard Roe′

a fictitious name for the second male of unknown identity in legal proceedings, the first being John Doe.
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Noun1.Richard Roe - an unknown or fictitious party to legal proceedings
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
party - a person involved in legal proceedings; "the party of the first part"
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Richard Roe, managing director of Eddisons, said: "This is an important move as part of the next phase of the company's development.
Additionally, Savills has been appointed to market a development opportunity on George Street on behalf of receivers Anthony Spencer and Richard Roe at Eddisons.
Richard Roe is an enthusiastic Shakespeare scholar, and the origin of the Shakespeare texts has long been a passion for Mr.
And fellow customer Richard Roe, 35, from the Canal Basin, Coventry, said: "I don't normally play but I saw the size of the jackpot and decided to come in.
Eddisons, recently underwent a management buy out led by Nigel McDonald and Richard Roe who acquired 100 per cent of the company's share capital, expect to see its annual turnover increase from pounds 7 million to pounds 11 million on the strength of the acquisition.