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notable English cricketer (1882-1963)

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In a district of only 7,500 students, teachers have a lot of input on program adoption, and Hobbs wanted as close to a consensus as possible.
A court heard that after Hobbs had attacked the mother of two, she was dragged outside while half-dressed.
Jack Hobbs is an unusual classic contender, having made his debut in a Wolverhampton maiden two days after Christmas.
The Italian ace, who will be aboard the favourite Golden Horn, stable companion to Jack Hobbs, believes the Halling colt represents a real threat to his chances of winning a second Epsom Classic and first since Authorized nine years ago.
David Hobbs currently has well exceeded that criteria with a 4.
A statement on the Russell Hobbs website says: "As part of our ongoing quality monitoring program, we've identified an issue with a small number of our irons, that may carry a risk that the flex may fail.
Hobbs, who has worked for the BBC and Sky, made his remark in a US TV discussion on how few companies have openly gay bosses.
Kirklees magistrates heard that Hobbs, 21, had gone to see an acquaintance about some money owed to him.
Building on its current USA customer base via its online offering, Hobbs entry into this major market is in line with its international expansion strategy.
The Tigers chief is poised to anger Forest boss Billy Davies by recalling Hobbs and accepting a PS750,000 offer from the Royals this week.
3) Companies like Hobbs were part of that distribution network, and were linked to the growing post-war service sector.
Sydney, Australia, Aug 2, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - Sovereign Gold Company Limited (ASX:SOC) announce that the current width determined by recent drilling of the Mt Adrah Hobbs Pipe 1 is ~70 metres and widening with:
They don't have a particular skill set that will help them in the civilian sector," Hobbs said.
2010), Arkansas (Williams 1954; Bouchard & Robison 1980; Hobbs & Robison 1988; Hobbs 1989a), Florida (Hobbs 1942; Deyrup & Franz 1994; Franz & Franz 1990; Hobbs & Hobbs 1991), Georgia (Hobbs 1981; Skelton 2010), Kentucky (Rhoades 1944; Burr & Hobbs 1984; Taylor & Schuster 2004), Louisiana (Penn 1950, 1952, 1956, 1959; Penn & Marlow 1959; Walls & Black 1991; Walls and Shively 2003; Walls 2009), Maryland (Meredith & Schwartz 1959, 1960; Kilian et al.