Fawkner


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Fawk´ner


n.1.A falconer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Harris' accomplice in the robbery, Gerry Fawkner, who held a knife to a man's neck telling him "Give me the f***ing keys", was jailed for almost six years after he had admitted the robbery and bladed article charges.
With him in the dock at Coventry Crown Court was Gerry Fawkner, 24, of Almond Tree Avenue, Wood End, who was jailed for five years and ten months after he had admitted the robbery and bladed article charges.
His funeral will be held at Preston mosque in Melbourne after Friday prayers and he will be laid to rest at Fawkner memorial park cemetery.
Sentencing her yesterday, County Court of Victoria Judge Frank Gucciardo said before the crash, Sanyasi and her partner were at an inn at Fawkner when she began acting erratically about 4am and announced she wanted to drive to Adelaide.
Alan Fawkner, area manager at Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, led the presentations of a FireSkills certificate.
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Family environment also has an influence on adolescents' physical and psychological health (Garcia-Mendoza, Parra, & Sanchez-Queija, 2017; Laird, Fawkner, Kelly, McNamee, & Niven, 2016; Martinez-Lopez, Lopez-Leiva, Moral- Garcia, & De la Torre-Cruz, 2014; Rhee et al., 2016).
Objectification theory posits that women's bodies are objectified to a greater extent than men's in Western media (Buote, Wilson, Strahan, Gazzola, & Papps, 2011; Fredrickson & Roberts, 1997; Jankowski, Fawkner, Slater, & Tiggemann, 2014).
A Louis Pasteur B Robert Catesby C Guy Fawkes D John Fawkner 6.