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dumbbell

Gymnastics Weightlifting an exercising weight consisting of a single bar with a heavy ball or disc at either end
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Knowsley Development Trust chief executive Steve Dumbell, left, meets Lord Heseltine
John Schorah (Weightmans), Pat Downey, Samantha Kinnear (marketing manager), RLPO''s Vasily Petrenko and Lawrence Downey (Weightmans), at the Philharmonic Camille Areety and Danielle Last, at Puschka''s pop-up restaurant Danielle Lloyd receives her new crown from Jennifer Ellison Puschka''s Doug Eglin and Glen Dumbell, at their pop-up restaurant at the weekend Stephen Coldbeck and Ryan Jenkins try out some of the new dishes on the menu at Gusto LIPA students Thomas Gregerson, Dani Pedro, Holly Reynolds, Moorea Masa, Ed Black and Graeme Heerden, at The Living Room Joe Hull and David Sye, at the Gusto cook-off
Tenders are invited for Construction of perimeter road from refuelling section to dumbell 17
Four years ago, the Trust's chief executive, Steve Dumbell, received an individual Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion.
THE pregnant cocker spaniel tossed into a river with a dumbell around her neck was dead before she was thrown in, it was revealed yesterday.
One cheeky chappie who looks very excited about Santa's arrival is Teddy the pug, from Kirkdale, in this picture sent in by his owner Amylee Dumbell.
Owners Douglas Eglin and Glen Dumbell treated guests to Champagne cocktails at the A Foundation Building, off Jamaica Street, before directing diners into a disused warehouse next door for a five-course dinner using locally-sourced ingredients.
Nigel Dumbell charged pounds 540 a day over five years - a total of pounds 648,000.
A second man, Stephen Dumbell, 43, of Nimrod Street in Anfield, also appeared in court charged with assisting an offender.
Knowsley Development Trust's chief executive, Steve Dumbell, said the project was an important step forward for the trust.
The trust's chief executive, Steve Dumbell, said: "As a social enterprise, Neet TV doesn't have to make a profit for its owners or shareholders, so we're able to charge very reasonable prices.