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Oakes

rancher, remembered for his untrustworthy court testimony. [Australian Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 771]
See: Perjury
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Oakes played 457 times for the South in two spells and is the fourth highest appearance maker in the club's history.
West Yorkshire Police Duty Inspector Carlton Young said the incident took place in Sparks Road, off New Hey Road, Oakes, at 1.40am.
The company has attracted the attention of Houghton-le-Spring's Pacifica Group, which has signed a partnership deal with Oakes Energy.
"I had a huge advantage over every other editor," said Oakes, who worked for Grove in the 1980s.
Oakes, [1986] 1 SCR 103 [http://canlii.ca/t/1ftv6].
Oakes has been with Steelite for 39 years, the last 10 as CEO.
Oakes was jailed for four years at Liverpool Crown Court yesterday after pleading guilty to robbery, affray and possession of a knife.
But just as this exhibit included some of Oakes' previous works to fit the Awestruck theme, so will future exhibits morph into their own distinct stories.
Oakes, a seeker herself, is the right person for the job.
Oakes has more than 23 years of experience in banking, finance and capital markets.
It said Musgrove was accused of attacking and stealing from Miss Oakes, among other crimes, over a nine-month period from April 2013.