Dovercourt


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Dovercourt

 a noisy assembly—Slang Dictionary, 1874.
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She is to be married in a fortnight to the Earl of Dovercourt. This fiend has several imprudent letters--imprudent, Watson, nothing worse--which were written to an impecunious young squire in the country.
But I can assure you that the Earl of Dovercourt would fail to appreciate them.
Henry, 4, of Dovercourt, Essex, has diamondblackfan anaemia, a rare genetic bone marrow disorder.
Thompson, the Liberal MPP for Dovercourt in Toronto, designed and began the implementation of reforms that targeted the recruitment of support from ethnocultural communities.
A (https://twitter.com/680NEWS/status/1027032790909509633) similar situation was observed with four cars trapped with occupants inside at Lower Simcoe and Bremner and two to three vehicles stuck in the areas of Dovercourt Road and Dupont Street.
Among the most popular spots are Clacton, Frinton, Southend, and Dovercourt, all of which have their own appeal and charm.
Turning right along this open grassy expanse we pass Dovercourt on our way back to our starting point at All Saint's Church.
At 8.38pm on Wednesday, August 19, a 14-year-old girl was walking in Dovercourt Road with friends when she was approached by a man, who touched her inappropriately over her clothing.
At 8.38pm on Wednesday, August 19, a 14-year-old girl was walking in Dovercourt Road, Walker, with friends when she was approached by a man who touched her inappropriately over her clothing.
The first attack happened at 8.38pm on Wednesday when a 14-year-old girl was walking in Dovercourt Road with friends when she was approached by a man who touched her inappropriately over her clothing.