Roe, Richard

1.(Law) A fictious name for a party, real or fictious, to an act or proceeding. Other names were formerly similarly used, as John-a-Nokes, John o', or of the, Nokes, or Noakes, John-a-Stiles, etc.
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Gwernyfed's tries came through Barry Price, Steve Harley, Darren Roe, Richard East and Sam Morris, while Corey Dylan kicked nine points.
Their return to form followed a blip last week in which Gavin Henderson, Hans Enoksen, Paul Martin and Leon Stewart-Hilliard were held to a surprise 2-2 draw by Kenilworth's James Roe, Richard Sharman, Tom Holmes and Bill Devitt.
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Story, Chris Roe, Richard Roe, Erik Arnesen, Jesse Negron, Juliann Jannus, Mark Kornweibel.