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hoggin

1. A graded gravel (or the like) used as a base for paths, sidewalks, roads, etc.
2. A mixture of gravel and sand with clay.
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Steve Flood of Nuaire, Lucy Hoggins of Carbon Trust Wales and Gareth Heath of Cardiff Galvanisers
OXFORD: Tries: Hoggins, Rowland, Brooker, Briggs, Osborn, Parker, Thompson; Goals: Rowland, Connick (3).
WINTER OLYMPIC hopeful Andrew Hoggins has another sporting goal on the road to Sochi 2014.
Between 1997 and 1999, she worked in London at FCB (later Banks Hoggins O'Shea FCB) and Euro RSCG.
He was named as Robert Hoggins, 46, of Polbeth, West Lothian.
Division One of the monthly medal went to Jeff Matthews (74-7-67)from Geoff Hoggins (79-10-69)and Stuart Gunn (75-6-69).
Ladbrokes, employing the blue-blooded Banks Hoggins advertising agency and Mansfield Lang Direct Media as advisers, were said to have spent close to pounds 1 million between April and June this year to accrue a percentage awareness figure of 27 per cent, based on a survey of 1,000 adults on September 1 and 2.
Banks Hoggins O'Shea/FCB (BHO/FCB), in London, will be FCB Worldwide's lead office on the account, setting the strategy for the campaign.
Richie Hoggins hit a hat-trick for Daisy Hill East End, who were 5-1 winners over Westfield Social.
DENISE HOGGINS On behalf of the Department for Transport
Staying with the rivers, the three Opens that take place each year on the Tyne are always sell-outs, and TAA Tyne rep Steve Hoggins does a great job in organising and running these events.