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Charles (John Huffam), pen name Boz. 1812--70, English novelist, famous for the humour and sympathy of his characterization and his criticism of social injustice. His major works include The Pickwick Papers (1837), Oliver Twist (1839), Nicholas Nickleby (1839), Old Curiosity Shop (1840--41), Martin Chuzzlewit (1844), David Copperfield (1850), Bleak House (1853), Little Dorrit (1857), and Great Expectations (1861)
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But it was a different story thereafter as Lucy Vernon edged out Pearson 14-12 in the fifth in the set of the night and Dicken also got herself on the scoresheet.
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Jason Dicken, 29, was cleared of assaulting Holly Kift, 22, by removing her from the car after an argument about a 40-inch plasma television he took from her mother's home believing it was his.
Jason Dicken had been found guilty of dangerous driving and was banned from driving for a year, ordered to carry out 150 hours' unpaid work, and told to pay costs of pounds 250.
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We've been looking for a permanent base in the city centre for two years now and this is ideal," said Alison Dicken of NCLC.