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GENTLEMAN. In the English law, according to Sir Edward Coke, is one who bears a coat of armor. 2 Inst. 667. In the United States, this word is unknown to the law, but in many places it is applied, by courtesy, to all men. See Poth. Proc. Crim. sect. 1, App. Sec. 3.

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Grangetown: Colby Agnama, Dan Bean, Matty Downs, Mark Gent, Brandon Howard, Louis Robinson, Ethan Routledge, Charlie Savill, Phil Sheridan, Callum Smith, James Thomson.
This should be entertaining, though Gent have lost four of their last five away and were held by bottom club OH Leuven on Friday.
Gent defended sloppily from the start and only began putting pressure on Wolfsburg's inexperienced keeper Koen Casteels towards the end of the match.
That is why he got in touch and asked me to assist him in his stint with the Indian team," van Gent told Mail Today on Saturday.
Before, during and after the game, the Policia National kept on provoking peaceful Gent supporters in an unacceptable way.
offered a PS signing-five He had scored the only goal in the semifinal against Gent, a money in team he had never heard of from a country he had never visited, and caught the eye of club bosses.
Gent, 26, admitted supplying cannabis and possessing it with intent to supply.
In another Gent, 50, wears false red dreadlocks and a veil while holding a knife to a victim's throat.
Gent, a Llandovery-born, Swansea-raised rugby lover, ended up playing for England after being turned down by Wales at a trial.
Alex Greenwood, in mitigation, said Gent was guilty of "moronic stupidity" but had been influenced by Williams, of Woodland Road, Beddau.
Turquaze" is a film on the life of a Turkish family living in Gent.
Mr Gent made the offer after hearing of plans by businessman Neil Maybury to open an exhibit celebrating the plane's city heritage.