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Patmore

(ˈpætmɔː)
n
(Biography) Coventry (Kersey Dighton). 1823–96, English poet. His works, celebrating both conjugal and divine love, include The Angel in the House (1854–62) and The Unknown Eros (1877)
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WHEN food technology teacher Alison Patmore spoke to husband Simon about her dream to give up teaching and bake cakes every day, she never really thought it was possible.
Crosland Moor A 1 Moldgreen B 3 - M Giles (2) 30 M Patmore (owes 1) 82, S Boothroyd (25) 58 G Ellam (8) 65, M Wood (owes 18) 70 F Senior (14) 63, M Atkinson (10) 73 A J Crosby (40) 78.
Gravesend's Che Stadhart opened the scoring with a low right-foot shot but Woking equalised when Warren Patmore struck a right-foot shot past Paul Wilkerson.
Woking, always the more threatening, won with two second-half goals by Warren Patmore.
Woking have the prolific Warren Patmore, who has scored 45 goals in 98 Conference starts, plus Ben Abbey, who has four goals in six games already.
Boro kept their first clean-sheet in nine outings with keeper Chris MacKenzie rarely troubled as his fellow defenders, particularly highly regarded youngster Adam Cooper, kept a tight grip on ex-Yeovil and Rushden goal ace Warren Patmore.
Woking went ahead after 16 minutes when a leftwing cross was finished off by Warren Patmore, the former Yeovil striker signed in midweek from Rushden & Diamonds for pounds 50,000.
Striker Warren Patmore, signed during the summer from Yeovil, made it four goals in four days after a midweek hat-trick against Peterborough.
AS bossy Mrs Patmore, Lesley Nicol may be a dab hand in the kitchen but the star revealed she turned down a chance to appear on Celebrity MasterChef - because she cannot cook.
Cook Mrs Patmore has the luxury of her meat, dairy and vegetables coming from the home farm and game from the shoots.
Huddersfield Open Billiards champion Robert Armitage blitzed Mick Patmore in this week's League programme.