Dodd


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Dodd

(dɒd)
n
(Biography) C(harles) H(arold). 1884–1973, British New Testament scholar. His works include The Parables of the Kingdom (1935)
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Dodd, had sent in a hop-pillow for me, in case of headache, and a pie to begin house-keeping with.
3, 2017) (directing the Secretary of the Treasury to consult with members of the Financial Stability Oversight Council and report their findings of the effectiveness of Dodd Frank).
Yesterday, an inquest at Pontypridd Coroner's Court heard Mr Dodd was travelling home from work when the crash took place.
Giving evidence Mr Dodd's partner, Victoria Dodd, admitted she knew he used cocaine in the past but was not aware he had taken any leading up to the event.
At the end of theITV 1 programme,a tribute to Sir Ken Dodd showed up on the screen with the dates "1966-2018", leaving viewers baffled.
Graham and Amy Ward took the doubles title from Davison and Dodd.
'Masher' Dodd fought for this title against Tommy Coyle less than four months ago and was stopped in six rounds, but the Hull fighter relinquished the belt as he intends to fight in the USA next, so Dodd gets another chance against the Welsh Wizard.
Ken Dodd deserves a send-off fit for a King and we can all show our gratitude by just turning up.
Publicist Robert Holmes said Dodd died Sunday at his Liverpool home -- the same house where he was born in 1927.
He died two days later on Mother's Day," Dodd's publicist Robert Holmes said, (https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2018/mar/12/comedy-legend-sir-ken-dodd-dies-aged-90) the Guardian reported.