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dodman

(ˈdɒdmən)
n
(Animals) East Anglian a land snail
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Service station owner Charles Dodman said: "One of the staff was digging - we are trying to make more room here - and they discovered it in there.
George's Anglican Church in London, Ont., where parishioner Nancy Dodman has been working on a four-year project to commemorate the more than 130 men from the church who served, and the 14 who died in battle, in the First World War.
Leona Irving, 21, and her mum Deborah were told they would have to leave the home where Leona was raised on Dodman Road, due to a technicality.
Andrew Dodman, 51, was so desperate for money to feed his gambling addiction that he launched a raid on a betting shop in Wrexham and the following day he struck at a house in the town where he knew the occupant had a safe.
The ceremony was at attended by US Consul General Michael Dodman; USAID's acting Sindh director Dr Randy Hatfield, Secretary Education, Govt of Sindh, Dr Fazalullah Pechuho and the Rotary International's National literacy committee's chairperson, Faiz Kidwai.
Nick Dodman, of Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in Grafton,citing studies.
Consul General Michael], Dodman and new CG Brain Heath were also invited to the roundtable.
Sarah Dodman gave her harrowing account at the inquest into the deaths of Graham Anderson, 36, and his sons Jack, 11, and three-year-old Bryn.
Dodman said that Generalised Sales Preference (GSP) scheme has currently been put on hold due to on-going situation in Washington but it will resume soon and Pakistan will continue to benefit from this important scheme.
Lewis Price, Liam Dodman, Kyran Johnson and Jordan Myers scored for the visitors.
The owner of the Smithy View Garage, Wrexham, Charles Dodman, praised the bravery of Mr Marton.