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Most of our woodcock are returning from a winter in the bottomlands of Louisiana and Mississippi where earthworms are always available.
Charlotte Woodcock and Rachel <BMcBride with mum Pam Woodcock
Woodcock was born to British immigrant parents in Winnipeg in May 1912, and moved to England before his first birthday (his mother was unenthused with prairie winters).
Woodcock says they must learn from Tony Blair's New Labour by having a "laser-like focus on winning." And he will warn against a post-mortem on last week's election results.
The Financial Reporting and Audit Task Force will be headed by David Woodcock, director of the SEC's Fort Worth Regional Office.
Former Arsenal striker Tony Woodcock believes the Gunners will pip Tottenham Hotspur for fourth spot and qualify for next season's Champions League.
The bank has appointed Julian Woodcock as head of mortgages.
The Court of Appeal concluded Nigel Woodcock, now 53, had been a victim of age discrimination - but said the Cumbria Primary Care Trust's (PCT's) treatment of him was nevertheless justified.
TNT Express, a leading global express firm, has appointed Mark Woodcock as general manager for both TNT SAB Express Saudi Arabia and TNT Express Bahrain.
Work has been completed on 10 Woodcock Street, near Aston University, which is the council's biggest office construction for 100 years.
Janet Woodcock, director of the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, presented the new labeling information at the press conference on June 14.
25 (ANI): Wellington spinner Luke Woodcock is likely to make his New Zealand debut in the Twenty20 international against Pakistan at Eden Park in Auckland tomorrow.
American woodcock Scolopax minor (hereafter woodcock) choose diurnal foraging habitat each morning as they depart from the night-time roosting fields to forage in densely wooded diurnal areas with moist soils (e.g.
woodcock courting--dance that Joyce, my birdwatching friend, has come to
Former England and Arsenal player Tony Woodcock visited Dubai last week to put students from Dubai Secondary School and the American University in Dubai through their paces on the football pitch, using some of the skilful experiential learning techniques employed in Woodcock's 4-day entrepreneurship course for young people -- Tsu'Chu BizA.