bodkin


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a dagger with a slender blade

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formerly a long hairpin

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a small sharp-pointed tool for punching holes in leather or fabric

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a blunt needle for threading ribbon through loops

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Mixing literature and an adventurous horseback expedition with a real insight into modern-day Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories makes for a very appealing, multi-faceted adventure," concluded Bodkin.
Bodkin, led by Maren Rinaldi as managing member of the Maren & John Rinaldi Revocable Trust, bought the property from Tom and Nina Luther of Fayetteville.
TSX:WPT / NASDAQ:WPRT), engineering the world's most advanced natural gas engines and vehicle systems, announced today that Jill Bodkin has been elected Chairman of the Board of Directors.
In the early years, I used Bodkin, Howard Hill and several other broadheads.
The Queen then used a silver bodkin to "prick" his name which was on a list written on parchment of all new high sheriffs for England and Wales.
Skinny jeans will look fab worn with the quirky Bodkin Beach Wine Patent shoe - PS69.
But in the sedate Sussex coastal town of Eastbourne, where a quarter of the population was retired, the support provided by Dr John Bodkin Adams sparked rumours for more than 20 years.
99) IN the sedate Sussex coastal town of Eastbourne in the 1950s, where a quarter of the population was retired, the support provided by Dr John Bodkin Adams sparked rumours for more than 20 years.
Bodkin & Father Whitechapel, an original novel based on a classic work of literature, "Strange Case of Dr.
He recounts both the sensational--the Bodkin murders of 1741, the Spanish Armada of 1588--as well as lesser known accounts featuring smugglers, William of Galway who traveled with Christopher Columbus, and the history of local watering holes.
Early in the afternoon a woman, Ann Bodkin, was rescued from a destroyed finance company building, having spent a day trapped under a desk.
Ann Bodkin was immediately taken away for a medical check-up after being rescued, and was also made to wear a sunglass to protect her eyes after spending a long time in the dark.
Frances Bodkin, a highly respected storyteller and knowledge holder of the D'harawal peoples is widely known for her work at the Mount Annan Botanic Gardens and the NSW Department of Education.
Private Bodkin was not a good soldier, which was unfortunate for him because he had joined a proud and experienced infantry battalion (6) stationed in Germany.
A blind man with a bodkin could select a more sensible site.