John Doe

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John Doe

n. 1) a fictitious name used for a possible male defendant who is unknown at the time a complaint is filed to start a lawsuit. 2) the temporary fictitious name given to an unidentified hospitalized or dead man. (See: fictitious defendants, Jane Doe)

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Smith targets Richard Roe because he is the first person he sees.
Adds Brown product manager Richard Roe, "The cost of making the plastic pallet falls because we can build our machines to run even faster than before for quicker cycle times.
Richard Roe has Type 2 diabetes, a condition that causes glucose to build up in the blood instead of going into cells.
Chartered surveyors Eddisons, which has a branch at New North Road, has been acquired by managing director Nigel McDonald and director Richard Roe.
May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Globe-trotting "Senior Bachelor" Richard Roe is offering women a chance for an all-expense paid trip with him to see the world.