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Geddes

jester in the court of Mary Queen of Scots. [Scot. Hist.: Brewer Handbook, 380]
See: Clowns
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Black, 24, of Manville Street, St Helens; Geddes, 36, of Albert Road, Widnes; and Sarah McKie, 38, of Hillfield Road, Widnes, admitted conspiracy to commit fraud.
The judge said Mitchell had given evidence at the trial that he was to blame and that Geddes was not present but the jury had not believed that version, and were satisfied that Geddes was involved.
Shy, chronically ill and lacking in confidence, Geddes might have seemed an unlikely candidate for such a prestigious commission.
Geddes, who has been at the club for seven years, replaced Shelley Kerr in a player-manager role.
Geddes & Company's website has been expanded to include a blog series for small business owners in the Fairfax, VA area.
The 10 members of the class of 2016 include Trevver D'Auteuil, Chet Geddes, Rosalee Golden, Tristan Holmes, George Livingston, Brooklynn Morris, Lauralee Myers, Hannah Rodet, Skeyla Wardrobe and Destiny Weber.
Today, Geddes works for Palmer again, overseeing construction, openings, trainings, or hirings--seamlessly changing his suit, to sometimes popping on a chef's coat.
These bittersweet stories are recounted in Nicola Gordon Bowe's retrieval from obscurity of the life and work of Geddes.
Geddes and the team are on top of this situation, they are methodical and they are working through every possibility, every piece of evidence and every phone call that comes in.
The Geddes Group is a family firm established more than 70 years ago, originating from an agricultural base, where they still own and operate farms as Geddes Farms.
Bridesmaids: Donna Coleman, 47, and Katrina Geddes, 45.
Envisioning Sociology: Victor Branford, Patrick Geddes, and the Quest for Social Reconstruction.