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

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Hammond, 36, originally moved north in 1985 after riding out his claim while based in Dorking, Surrey with Hugh O'Neill.
Rush, formerly of Dorking, Surrey, yesterday admitted 16 child sex offences and was jailed for 14 years at Norwich crown court.
Farmer Laurence Matthews said he was very relieved after tests on calves at his farm near Dorking, Surrey, proved negative.
lA 37-year-old British man, of Dorking, Surrey, was arrested yesterday on charges of abusing three children in Dallas, Texas, after meeting their mother over the internet.
Alan tracked down Henry's sister Dorothy Clayton, who lives in Dorking, Surrey.
Write to the Highways Agency, Land Support Division, Federated House, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 1SZ, or phone JuliaCarroll on 01306 878 419.
The update lifted shares in the Dorking, Surrey, company by almost 4% or 4.
Residents in Dorking, Surrey, have set up the protest group Dorking SOS following reports that Sainsbury wants to relocate its store to a site backing on to the town's shopping arcade St Martin's Walk.
HAVE you ever sent a greyhound to Fred or Mark Lavender at Burnt Oak Farm Kennels, Newdigate, near Dorking, Surrey, to rest from injuries or for retirement?
The gifted teenager vanished after sending a bouquet to her parents Ian and Karen at their Dorking, Surrey home last November.
Last month, Louise took part in a 10km walk in Dorking, Surrey, to help the Alzheimer's Society.
PETER BENNISON, Whitley Bay SEEKING Geordie George who frequented the Royal Oak public house in Stonebridge, Dorking, Surrey, in the mid to late 1980s.
But mum-of-five Kerry Curtis, 43, of Dorking, Surrey, summed it up: "We can't afford to see the match at the stadium but it doesn't matter, we're here for the amazing atmosphere.
The West Midlands District Committee of the Newspaper Press Fund enjoyed a day out in Dorking, Surrey to see the fruits of their fundraising.
Mollie, who lived near Dorking, Surrey, left her entire estate to her 45-yearold twin sons Simon and Robin Moore.