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dudgeon

Obsolete a wood used in making the handles of knives, daggers, etc.
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Alan in high good humour at the furthering of his schemes, and I in bitter dudgeon at being called a Jacobite and treated like a child.
Mr Wegg, glancing in great dudgeon towards the French gentleman's corner, seemed to notice something new there, which induced him to glance at the opposite corner, and then to put on his glasses and stare at all the nooks and corners of the dim shop in succession.
Pickwick as the man turned away in dudgeon, that he was only a bail.
 That nothing but bloodshed their dudgeon could sate;
Dudgeon, whose DNA was already in the police database, was then arrested.
Masdar staged the official switch on of the 402-megawatt (MW) Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, located 32 kilometres off the Norfolk coast in England.
Bonus material includes audio commentary for "The Dark Rider" episode, with star Neil Dudgeon and director Alex Pillai; a 15 min.
According to Trade Arabia , Masdar is a 35% stakeholder in Dudgeon, alongside its Norwegian partners Statoil (35%) and Statkraft (30%).
Together with its partners Statoil and Statkraft of Norway, Masdar staged the official "switch on" of the 402-megawatt (MW) Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, located 32 kilometres off the Norfolk coast in England.
This week saw the last of the 67 wind turbines being installed on the Dudgeon field and all of them are now producing electricity.
Mech-Tool Engineering, which designs and makes fire and blast walls, carried out work for energy giant Statoil on its Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm project.