Dorking


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an English breed of large domestic fowl having five toes (the hind toe doubled)

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What do Marsh Daisy, Dorking and Norfolk Grey have in common?
Christopher Smith, 42, of Dorking Avenue, North Shields.
Among those offering him their congratulations were fellow Conservative peers Lord Kenneth Baker of Dorking, former education secretary in Margaret Thatcher's Government, and Lord Robert Edmiston of Lapworth, the Midlands car importer and Christian charity founder.
Lord Whitby of Harborne in the City of Birmingham, with Lord Baker of Dorking and Lord Edmiston of Lapworth.
Remarkably, they ensured their place in the Isthmian League Division One South with four victories over consecutive days last weekend against Dorking, Hartley Wintney, Epsom & Ewell and Farnham Town.
The aptly named Louise Beaver works at the firm's store in Dorking, Surrey, which took more sales per square foot than any other in the group last Christmas.
Kuoni stores can be found in: High Street Kensington, Knightsbridge and London City, Bluewater, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cheltenham, Chichester, Dorking, Kingston, Guildford, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Sheffield, Solihull, Westfield Stratford and Winchester.
The new analysis, by David Blow, head of Ashcombe School in Dorking, and member of ASCL's data group, looked at the results pupils who took the exam in June would have obtained if the January grade boundaries had applied.
Retired insurance salesman David was a stalwart of Old Dorkinians Cricket Club, based in Dorking, Surrey.
It was composed in 2008 by Alexander L'Estrange for Dorking Choral Society and since then has been performed more than 50 times around the world - but never before in the North East.
The sleepy Surrey town of Dorking has been transformed into a battleground as Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Lidl and Waitrose fight it out to open a store there.
Mollie, who lived near Dorking, Surrey, left her entire estate to her 45-yearold twin sons Simon and Robin Moore.
And it was third time lucky for the four-strong syndicate from Dorking, Surrey, who won pounds 22 last Saturday and pounds 52 on Wednesday.
Makumbe pulled his Dorking Farm side out of the league last term after growing tired of competing in such a "rotten" environment.
Niall Booth, 43, originally from Dorking, Surrey, died when the aircraft burst into flames on impact with a highway in Maryland.