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treat, mention, or speak to rudely

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Philip Govier, 17, was badly hurt when he collided with a team-mate while running for a catch during a game at Diss, Norfolk, on Saturday.
Foster, pictured with handler Jo Lobb who recaptured him, flew away from Banham Zoo near Diss, Norfolk, a week ago.
Mark Bell, 41, of Ipswich, Colin Samuels, 61, from Diss, Norfolk, and 60-year-old Geraldine French, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, were convicted of fraud.
He was speaking at a friend's house in Diss, Norfolk, where he is under house arrest after winning bail in his fight against extradition to Sweden on two sex attack charges.
CREATE THE LOOK: This year marks the 40th anniversary of Adrian Bloom's garden at Foggy Bottom, Diss, Norfolk.
The pocket watch that made the Trotters millionaires was also nicked from the Bressingham Steam Museum near Diss, Norfolk.
I was travelling to work with a problem horse in Diss, Norfolk, as that is one of my jobs nowadays, as well as still serving with the Merseyside mounted police.
Motorcycle enthusiast Adrian Rush, 40, from Diss, Norfolk collected his winning cheque yesterday and promptly clambered aboard the bike of his dreams ( a Harley Davidson.
For your own Capri-Sun silly-corder collect one coupon from Capri-Sun promotional packs and send with a cheque or postal order for 99p to Capri-Sun silly-corder Offer, PO Box 3, Diss, Norfolk, IP98 1HH.
Philip Govier, 17, of Hoxne, Suffolk, collided with a team-mate while running for a catch at Diss, Norfolk, on Saturday.
The three-feet long bird, which has a wingspan of eight feet, soared away while taking part in a free-flying display at Banham Zoo near Diss, Norfolk, on Monday.
Daniel Driscoll from Diss, Norfolk, raced Spedeworth F1s for 10 years, reaching "Star" grade and Rushden, Northants-based Neil Herbert, who has purchased the Harrison "spare" car used to good effect by New Zealander Neil Maccoard during his brief visit to England last year, achieved silver roof status in a five-year stint racing "Bangers".
Mark Bell, 41, of Ipswich, Colin Samuels, 61, of Diss, Norfolk, and 60-year-old Geraldine French, from Lowestoft, Suffolk, were convicted of fraud.
Stephen Hall Franklin, from near Diss, Norfolk, a trustee of The Otter Trust charity, was being towed on a home-made two-wheeled "chariot" across moorland when his double-barrel shotgun discharged, hitting him in the neck and head.
This week's winner is Andrea Hemmings, of Diss, Norfolk, who says: "We have lots of fruit and can't eat it all, so I puree the excess and freeze it to use in pies all winter.