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bodle

(ˈbɒdəl; ˈbəʊdəl)
n
a Scottish coin issued under Charles II, worth two Scots pennies or approximately one sixth of an English penny
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(34.) Ralph Bodle, Lena Donat & Matthias Duwe, Umwelt
Chief Financial Officer Vickie Bodle presented the proposed operating budget.
"We have seen a huge increase in demand for free legal advice in the wake of recent cuts to the legal aid system," said Dan Bodle, CSR and pro bono partner at Dentons.
So I finished a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Chardonnay, a bodle of Baileys, a butle of wumand a box of choclutz.
One of the remarkable features of services such as Facebook or Twitter is how they have inserted themselves into the fabric of a diversifying digital media landscape (Bodle, 2011): Not only can we use (subsets of) the functionalities they afford on devices ranging from desktop computers to smartwatches, their widgets populate websites, their messages flicker across television screens, and what people post online increasingly amounts to a news genre in itself.
Tue 26th December PS50 4597 Miss Ann Bodle, Lockerbie.
Bodle JD, Feldmann E, Swartz RH, Rumboldt Z, Brown T, Turan TN.
Two-time world champion Mark Williams was a 4-2 winner against David John but another former Sheffield title holder, Peter Ebdon, crashed 4-1 to Stuart Carrington while Matthew Stevens lost by the same score to Jamie Bodle.
(204) See Robert Bodle, Regimes of Sharing: Open APIs, Interoperability, and Facebook, 14 INFO.
Slessor beat Leo Fernandez 4-3 in the decider - only to go out in the next round by the same scoreline to the competition favourite Jamie Bodle. Rhodes, Craigie and Parsons, meanwhile, all registered 4-0 victories over their respective first-round opponents Kisman Hirani, Brian Robertson and James Brown.