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godden

(ˈɡɒdən)
n
archaic an evening greeting
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God•den

(ˈgɒd n)
n.
(Margaret) Ru•mer, 1907–98, British novelist and writer of children's books.
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3 FANKATY DABO Played a key role in the second goal when he sent in the cross for Godden to score but blotted his copybook with two own goals in a performance to forget.
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The Godden Gaming Organisation, which owns the building, had said it was exploring options to remove, maintain or sell the artwork.
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However, in the first of seven minutes of added time, Matt Godden snatched a point for play-off hopefuls Posh.
It looked like that would settle it, only for Godden to level matters when he picked up a pass from sub Toney just inside the box and drill a low shot into the bottom left-hand corner.
MATT GODDEN haunted his former club to help boss Steve Evans quieten Peterborough's critics.
Andy Godden passed away in June this year, aged just 32, after suffering from bowel cancer for two years.
Zoe Thursk, Tom Lox, Jess Lunt, Elen Barfield & Megan Key are doing the Great North Run in memory of Andy Godden
Steve Evans' side went 2-0 up early on, with Matt Godden and Siriki Dembele scoring in the eighth and 11th minutes respectively.