doddle


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Doddle Hill Farm, Hutton Rudby, where a man has died in a field
Doddle already has a number of shops within stations such as London City Thameslink, Glasgow Central station and Manchester Piccadilly.
Doddle is open to any retailer, parcel carrier or shipper to use for accepting returns or shipping out products.
The parcel firm already has more than 2,500 collection points at shops and chemists in the UK, and through Doddle is extending this to railway station collections.
Network Rail announced the trail of a parcel collection and delivery service, called Doddle, at its mainline stations, to be available to all retailers, parcel carriers and shippers.
LOOSE curls, a la the newly brunette Reese, Witherspoon are a doddle with Babyliss' ' new wonder product, Perfect Curl.
The wipeout "game" sounded like it would be a doddle.
I'm sure people in Liverpool will find that a doddle, so let's earmark the day on Sunday, June 3.
A palaver yes, but fast forward a month or two and bath times will be a doddle, just like most of the rest of being a dad, I promise.
It should be a doddle to re-fuel when it parks outside the Senedd.
Working with Daisy has been a doddle compared to Christina," the Daily Mail quoted Webster as saying.
Rhod Gilbert's Work Experience BBC2, 10pm It takes a lot of courage to get up on stage and tell jokes to a bunch of strangers, but once you're over the initial nerves, being a comedian's a doddle, right?
One thing I've learned: riding racehorses is a doddle by comparison.
But he reckons a fortnight behind bars was a doddle c o m p a r e d t o b e i n g sentenced to the footballing sidelines for 18 months
Available on a Skoda for the first time, the system makes parallel parking in crowded streets and busy roads a doddle.