Tottle

Tot´tle

    (tǒt´t'l)
v. i.1.To walk in a wavering, unsteady manner; to toddle; to topple.
[imp. & p. p. Tottled (tǒt"t'ld); p. pr. & vb. n. Tottling (tǒt"tlĭng).]
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Chris Tottle scored what proved to be the only try of the match for the Wellmen with James Field also booting three penalties in what was their 10th victory in 13 league matches this season.
Dan Butler saw red for leading with his elbow on Matt Tottle shortly after the half-hour mark and Jorge Grant put the hosts ahead two minutes later.
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The range of 'posh pork pies' has secured Tottle its listing into Sainsbury's with the launch of Pork & Long Clawson Stilton and The Real McCoy.
NOMINEE Diana Tottle, 58, Sage Greenfingers director, says: "We recently started signing classes in the garden for adults with learning difficulties.
It is commonly believed that Aries Tottle was neither Turkish nor Indian but Greek, perhaps even Aristotle himself (Martinez Lopez, 2011: 179).
The area appeals organiser for the Royal National Institute for the Blind, Mr Michael Tottle, accepted a cheque for PS127 from Lepton C of E Church school pupils Ruth Lockwood, Wayne Mickman, Helen Auty, and Steven Hoyle.
Ross Tottle nabbed his first goal for Villa just before half-time to level the scores.
Now The Gifted Organs - James Tottle, Andy Eddy and Daniel O'Rourke and three friends - have released two songs on iTunes and will perform at next month's British Transplant Games in Bolton.
The goalkeeper had to make a flying save as the overlapping Tottle pulled out an angled volley and he was spared when Aneke and Ellis had close-range shots charged down from another dangerous corner.
No date is noted for the first edition, published by Tottle Publishing, but the material has been updated, and continuing updates are available through the associated web site.