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bodle

(ˈbɒdəl; ˈbəʊdəl)
n
a Scottish coin issued under Charles II, worth two Scots pennies or approximately one sixth of an English penny
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The company, supported by a senior executive team including former Odecee co-founders Con Mouzouris and Michael Bodle as CEO and COO respectively, also aims to list on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Resident Tracey Bodle added: "I really hope that having natural play areas will inspire kids to want to spend more time in our natural environment.
Tue 26th December PS50 4597 Miss Ann Bodle, Lockerbie.
LCCHC also formed a facilities committee consisting of Abel, CFO Vickie Bodle, board members Mary Signorelli and Phyllis Gleasman, Dr.
Bodle JD, Feldmann E, Swartz RH, Rumboldt Z, Brown T, Turan TN.
Two-time world champion Mark Williams was a 4-2 winner against David John but another former Sheffield title holder, Peter Ebdon, crashed 4-1 to Stuart Carrington while Matthew Stevens lost by the same score to Jamie Bodle.
Slessor beat Leo Fernandez 4-3 in the decider - only to go out in the next round by the same scoreline to the competition favourite Jamie Bodle.
A new breakthrough in display technology is being developed by Bodle Technologies which will make displays consume extremely little amount of charge from the battery of your smartphone or tablet.
RECYCLE OLD MATERIALS TO MAKE A NATURE GARDEN RAHAM BODLE used many large oak branches to create an enclosure in the Sculptor's Picnic Garden.
Lawson, McDonough, & Bodle, 2010; McGregor, 1993, Plous, 2000).