dodkin

dodkin

(ˈdɒdkɪn)
n
(Currencies) archaic a coin of little value
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Mr Perrin said: "Yeo-Thomas was subjected to repeated beatings and other tortures by his interrogators, but he stubbornly stuck to his cover story of being Kenneth Dodkin, a downed RAF pilot, and gave no other agents away.
Last week Hannah Dodkin, one of Hydra Executives, lodged a California court case against Richard Best--her fellow contestant who won the competition with her.
His bride-to-be is Hannah Dodkin, who pocketed pounds 335,000 for winning an Arabian version of The Apprentice two years ago.
Staffordshire couple Sarah Smith and Mark Kelly accompanied by their daughter Hannah, aged two, said: "We've liked the market but nothing could replace Santa!" And for little Finlay Dodkin, aged four, who was visiting Birmingham's German market with his great aunt and uncle Lorraine and Freddy Green, from Worcester, there could only be one winner.
Qualified plumber Hannah Dodkin won a place on the show after a successful audition at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London.
There is so much enthusiasm for new technology, and I believe there's an amazing opportunity, especially here in Abu Dhabi, to place an emphasis on green buildings and renewable energy," said Hannah Dodkin, a Business Development Executive, and part of the UK Team.
Avinger Jr., Margie Ballard-Mack, Donna Baptiste, Bertie Blanding, Sandra Bracey-Simon, Kimberly Bright, Patricia Brown, Robert Crawford, Montez Creed, Glenn Davis, Roland Dawson, George Dodkin, Jeff Flasch, Melanie Ford, Diana Garrison, Jason Gerbode, Zedia Harrington, Diane Harris, Martha Henderson, Keith Horne, Audrey Houston, Merial Hunter, Kenneth James, Janice Jenkins, Sylvia Jones, Rose King, Teresa Knox, Tim Lindblom, Shane Louwagie, Rhonda Mack, Velvet McGowan, Daniel Michael, William Miles, Judith Nelson, Priscilla Pee, Cheryl Pendergrass, Audrey Perry, Paulette Pfeiffer, Michael Reineke, Elizabeth Samperio, Carolyn Sanders, Venciner Sayles, Wanda Scott-Anderson, Jacqueline Venning, Princess Walker, Alison Williams, James Willis
Dodkin, Brothers: Eight Leaders of the Labor Council of New South Wales (Sydney 2001); S.
Camera (Deluxe color), Ben Seresin; editor, Oral Norrie Ottey; music, Simon Boswell; production designer, James Merifield; art director, Peter Wenham; costume designer, Anna Sheppard; sound (Dolby/SDDS), Bill Dodkin; assistant director, Richard Hewitt; casting, Michelle Guish.
Eddie, who wears skirts and lipsticks, confronted jobless Mathew Dodkin, after the yob put his hands on his hips and yelled "Ooh, Tracey" in the street.
Married plumberturned-yoga teacher Hannah Dodkin in Somerset in 2012; they have a son.