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I first visited Mote 10 or 12 years ago and I've been visiting ever since," says Peggy.
Mr Justice Stuart Smith said Mote had "lied, protested, lied and lied again" during his trial.
Mote was elected as a Ukip MEP for South East England in 2004, but shortly before he took up his seas was thrown out of the party because he was being prosecuted for benefit fraud.
Mote, of Hampshire, was convicted in May of 12 charges of dishonesty.
Releasing Mote on conditional bail, Mr Justice Stuart Smith said: "He must appreciate that there is a very strong likelihood that a custodial sentence will follow.
Mote Marine has spent about $100,000 annually in recent years on staghorn coral restoration work.
Two members of the council's Streetcare Enforcement Team saw Ms Mote throwing the cigarette onto the street.
The mote platforms used an embedded operating system developed for specifically for wireless sensor networks (Levis 2006).
Separately, IBM also announced the availability of the Mote Runner development kit as a free download on its emerging technologies website www.
Ashley Mote, an MEP for South East England, was imprisoned for nine months in September this year after being found guilty of 21 offences connected with benefit fraud.
Bobby Mote has found success at nearly every stop this season.
Meet Becca, a 16-year-old volunteer at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida.
I am writing to thank Seam us Hoare of the Mote Park Veterinary Surgery in Maidstone who saved Newmarket Lad's life.
We'd like as much time as we can get to go beyond what is normal,'' said John Mote, of Senna Tree Company, the lead arborist working with Old Glory.
It was painted by George William Mote, a self-taught artist who worked as a gardener and caretaker in Worcestershire.