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jonty

(ˈdʒɒntɪ)
n, pl -ties
(Nautical Terms) nautical slang a master-at-arms aboard a ship
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James Pamment will replace former South African player Jonty Rhodes, the former South African international.
Jonty Evans, 45, of Trefriw, was devastated to learn Cooley Rorkes Drift - aka Art - the three-day eventing horse he has ridden and trained for six years, is now being sold by his owners.
Jonty Evans was devastated to discover Cooley Rorkes Drift - aka Art - is being flogged by his owners.
Jonty Evans, 45, of Trefriw, was devastated to learn Cooley Rorkes Drift - aka Art - the horse he has ridden and trained for six years, is now being sold by his owners.
The Desert Divas, a team consisting of eight women and bank worker Jonty Crosse, will take part in the 2017 London Moonwalk on Saturday.
Her exasperating, whiny sister, Alice, unexpectedly remains home and needs appeasement; she and her bullying boyfriend, Jonty, have yet another fight, which means she must again defend him to disapproving Ben; and Nicola, her best friend, disappears in the riotous crowd.
KARACHI -- Famous international cricket personalities Andy Roberts, Danny Morrison, Jonty Rhodes and Desmond Martin on Friday called on Governor Sindh, Dr.
Her brother Jonty Boon, 39, said: "She's made a remarkable recovery and the doctors are really pleased with how she is progressing.
On one channel the inventor of Doosra' Saqlain Mushtaq appeared and so did South African player Jonty Rhodes.
Actors Ian Ashpitel (a former submarine radio operator) and Jonty Stephens first met at Birmingham School of Speech and Drama three decades ago.
Together, they have more than 120 years' combined experience and will be led by Jonty Warneken, who will also oversee development of the business.