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Bock´ing


n.1.A coarse woolen fabric, used for floor cloths, to cover carpets, etc.; - so called from the town of Bocking, in England, where it was first made.
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Two hours after contact was made on Wednesday, a meeting was arranged at Tesco's car park in Braintree, Essex.
Laura was denied free parking at the store in Braintree, Essex.
He will stand down as member for Braintree, Essex, at the general election next year.
The woman, in her 40s, was arrested on Friday by detectives probing abuse at the Old Deanery Care Home in Braintree, Essex.
The footage was shot by a BBC Panorama reporter who did 36 shifts as a care assistant at the Old Deanery in Braintree, Essex.
Lee Tedstone, aged 37, of Kennedy Square, used a knife to threaten staff at a Lidl supermarket in Braintree, Essex, in August last year.
David Oakes, 50, went to Christine Chambers' house in Braintree, Essex, last June, where he subjected her to "degrading assaults" before blasting her and their daughter Shania with a shotgun.
This business developed steadily over the years and, today, is based in a very smart modern distribution centre in Braintree, Essex.
THE funeral of former Coral operations director Ron Hemmings, who died on December 23, aged 77, after a short illness, will take place at Three Counties Crematorium, Braintree, Essex, at midday on January 18, writes Howard Wright.
Brooks Newmark, MP for Braintree, has written to two senior executives at the internet giant after Stephen Lumb, 35, from Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire, and Joanne Lee, 34, from Great Notley, near Braintree, Essex, took their own lives.
Earlier this month an inquest at Chelmsford heard how Stephen Lumb, 35, from Sowerby Bridge, and Joanne Lee, 34, from Great Notley, near Braintree, Essex, took their own lives.
Officers were called to Ms Chambers' home in Braintree, Essex, at 3am yesterday where they found the bodies.