jobe


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jobe

(dʒəʊb)
vb (tr)
to extensively rebuke; scold
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Lady captain Judy Vickerman (right) presents the Golfer |of the Year Trophy to Elizabeth Jobes at the Crosland Heath annual Ladies' Dinner.
The impression was given that the risks involved were similar to any new litigation whereas, in reality, claims such as Mr Jobes were being dealt with at no risk of incurring the other side's costs.
Mr Evans said that Jobes had been on remand in Holme House Prison, Stockton, where doctors were treating him for depression and angina.
Since I lost my mum, Mrs Ivy Jobes in 2003, I have been trying to find out more information about my later father as I did not know much about him.
Jobes said that the sub-ject(s) would have had to climb over the fence that surrounds the tank to do this, said Lyver, who added that Jobes believed the tank was written on within the past week.
The tragedy began on the hard shoulder of the A194 motorway at Washington and ended when Mrs Jobes was killed on the Chester- le-Street slip road on the A1.
But before police could get to the scene, Mrs Jobes had driven down the Chester-le-Street slip road and smashed into the roundabout at Blind Lane.
The court heard that Ms Jobes suffered an inch-long cut which had to be closed with seven staples.
In a short Commons debate on the issue, Mr Jones challenged IDC to "say why they deducted over pounds 3,000 from Mr Jobes and what actual costs did they incur.
Jobes hit two cars before knocking Howard off his bike bear Ringwood, Hants.
In a statement, Freeclaim IDC said: "We are pleased Mr Jobes was able to recover substantial compensation for his claim against the British Coal Corporation and that we were also able to assist him with his Department of Social Security applications.
In the Commons last year, the MP said Mr Jobes had signed an agreement with IDC, which received almost pounds 3,000 from his compensation in return for passing the claim to Silverbeck Rymer.