sworder

sworder

(ˈsɔːdə)
n
1. (Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a swordsman
2. an assassin
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And if your Honor," concluded this excellent but somewhat prosy old gentleman, "shall see fit to persist in bringing these mercenary sworders and musketeers into our quiet streets, not on our heads be the responsibility.
Alex Sworder, project manager for DMG Events, admits he's guilty of the act himself, pointing out a comical recent situation where he responded to a facebook update by his wife rather than talking to her - even though the pair were in the same room.
Other speakers included Google Mena region associate product marketing manager Salma Mohamed, who spoke on the importance of online marketing; Nabbesh founder Loulou Khazen Baz, who explained how to work with freelancers to get the additional skills they needed, Life and Style Show UAE project manager Alex Sworder, and SMEInfo awards manager Jesse Vora.
Hafeez was well supported by Anning and Sworder who also retired having reached 35.
Owned by Mr Sworder, Stately won a four-runner stake at Cardington, while at Baldock she ran-up for the Oaks and won a match for pounds 10.
Highlights included a heat and Final double for Stevenage superstar Mick Sworder in the Formula 2 Stock Cars, holding off a determined challenge from Cornish veteran Billy Batten, 60, and world champion Rob Speak (Manchester) - who has made several impressive F1 outings recently.
Week 12, July 17: No 5 88 for 4 (Sworder 26 not out and Charles Lucas 2/11) beat Mainstay 87 all out (Abbas 41 and Sworder 3/18) by 6 wickets July 18: DTZ v DAC Beachcroft (match postponed) July 19: Phoenix Group beat Eversheds 5-4 in a bowl out July 20: Williams de Broe 144 for 7 (Simon Long 36 not out) beat GVA Grimley 119 for 5 (Fisher 35 not out) by 25 runs
JT Davies, which owns 51 pubs and the wine wholesaler Mayor Sworder, is chaired by Michael Davies.
NUNEATON hairdresser Rob Cowley stole the BriSCA F11 Stock Cars UK Open Championship from under the noses of the current World and British Champion Paul Harrison, European Champion Mick Sworder and title holder Lee Fairhurst.
Jessica Chipperfield (2:1) Kerry Sworder (2:1) Christopher Dunn (2:1) Corrine Maunder (2:1) Laura Tapping (2:1) Rachel Bruce (2:1) Victoria Wild (2:2) BA (Hons) Tourism Management & Events Catherine Rainey (1:1) Sofia Azzopardi (2:2) BA (Hons) Tourism Management & Language Annalisa Caci (2:2) BA (Ord) Events Management
Current world champion Mick Sworder, from Cambridge, failed to qualify for the world final, but is eligible for the last chance consolation semi-final to be run early in the programme at the Men dips world final meeting.