Manks

(măņks)
prop. a.1.Of or pertaining to the language or people of the Isle of Man.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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/nosta lgia Lift off at station for Miss Examiner MISS Examiner, Tracy O'Hehir met Pcs (from left) Bob Sharp, David Manks, Adrian Wright and Richard Knight at Huddersfield police station in 1986.
These manks include BMC's iVolve nasal mas, iVolve N2 nasal mask, Willow nasal pillows mask and iVolve full face mask.
No word yet on whether manufacturers will release a follow up range called The Manks.
With: Nathan Meister, Danielle Mason, Peter Feeney, Tammy Davis, Oliver Driver, Glenis Levestam, Tandi Wright, Matthew Chamberlain, Jono Manks, Kevin McTark, Mick Rose.
Jack Beddoes: I hope they come again so the farmer can shoot the dog, I know I certainly would if they attacked my flock Emily Manks: What part of keep the dog on a lead do people not get, my dog is never EVER let off her lead!
Huddersfield TSB''s commercial manager Mr David Preston, commercial assistant Karen Banaghan and playgroup supervisor Sue Manks (back left) are pictured with the cheque and some of the playgroup''s children.
Rawthorpe's Sue Manks said: "The award was the culmination of the children's dedication to work in their Wild Area.
Sue Manks, a nursery nurse at the school, said: "All our children love getting involved with the outside world.