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So the Nodder goes back to his office with his full notebook and addled brain, and writes a story that uses all the marketing and business jargon the source used.
27) When she awakes, however, the beauty is surprised to find not this poetic youth, but a hideous wooden creature called Nodder (Kivakel') with a bobbling head and a fat tongue wriggling between hanging lips.
Tasmanian Government 10 Race Medallions for women sailors: Julie Nodder (DHL--The Daily Telegraph, NSW), Sue Crafer (Skandia, VIC)
Making use of a mixture of broomsticks and muskets were twelve or so labouring men, including two tailors, a miller, a hatter and a gun engraver (and Mr Frederick Polydore Nodder, a Government spy).
Synopsis of the biology of sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus (Shaw and Nodder, 1791).
Nodder, its goal being "to contain elegant and accurate coloured Figures of the most beautiful and curious Productions of Nature, accompanied with Descriptions, in the Linnaean Manner, in Latin and English.
For example, when one tuatara nods at another, it's a signal that the nodder is a "she.
For further information contact: Rosemary Nodder, Occupational Press Officer, tel: 01438 798705; or Sue Cavill, Press Officer, tel: 0116 252 9500.
The brand that [had] most improved or the one [that showed] the most interesting design or marketing direction," explained Caroline Nodder, Editor in Chief of Drapers, on the criteria for choosing this year's award recipient.
Alvechurch had chances early on, March being denied by keeper Sebastian Malkowski's diving save and also having another shot blocked while Danny Dubidat was also thwarted by a perfect tackle by Joshua Nodder.
Brown led out at 20-20 and put up a side nodder over a long distance and on a very tricky mark.