Beddoes


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Beddoes

(ˈbɛdəʊz)
n
(Biography) Thomas Lovell. 1803–49, British poet, noted for his macabre imagery, esp in Death's Jest-Book (1850)
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Beddoes, whom the seaman had gone to visit and presumably to blackmail, had also been mentioned as living in Hampshire.
And yet I was loath to believe that this was the case, and the presence of the word Hudson seemed to show that the subject of the message was as I had guessed, and that it was from Beddoes rather than the sailor.
No complaint had been lodged with he police, so that Beddoes had mistaken a threat for a deed.
Crawley, you'll make out her committal--and, Beddoes, you'll drive her over in the spring cart, in the morning, to Southampton Gaol.
Brown, have the goodness to come with me, and Beddoes don't you lose sight of that woman," said Mrs.
Chairman Peter Beddoes said: "In a time of great uncertainty, we have had another successful year.
Detectives tracked it to the gang's hideout in Sandy Meadow, Huyton, where gang member Kurt Beddoes was living.
Officer Tyler Beddoes, of Utah's Spanish Fork Police Department, said: "We could see a person in the front seat and then we heard a voice saying, 'Help me, we're in here'.
Dubai: Lance Beddoes of New Zealand, Mike Lewis of the US and Ahmad Effat Ashoush of Egypt endured lengthy battles before booking their places in the main competition of the inaugural Dubai Squash Cup.
She was knocked out of the British open on Tuesday by unseeded Emma Beddoes 11-5, 7-11, 11-6, 11-9 in 50 minutes.
Perry and Beddoes are Euro champs WARWICKSHIRE'S Sarah-Jane Perry and Emma Beddoes featured strongly as England won the European Team Squash Championships in Italy.
The group was hosted by Ben and Gemma Beddoes, who run a herd of Meuse Rhine Issel dairy cows as well as a large egg unit.