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Oakes

rancher, remembered for his untrustworthy court testimony. [Australian Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 771]
See: Perjury
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The company has attracted the attention of Houghton-le-Spring's Pacifica Group, which has signed a partnership deal with Oakes Energy.
The company, which runs The Oakes care home in Willwood Avenue, wanted to recognise the efforts of its kindest colleagues and the impact they have on the lives of residents and their loved ones.
Oakes claimed that the drugs in his possession were for purely
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.
Oakes hits the perfect tone of humor and humility to make The Nones Are Alright an important document of spiritual witness.
It said Musgrove was accused of attacking and stealing from Miss Oakes, among other crimes, over a nine-month period from April 2013.
Jacqueline Oakes was a beloved mother of four and was capable of showing great kindness, including to Mr Musgrove himself.
However, John Ypres Oakes was a first class man with Sussex where he made his reputation as a forceful middle order batsman, off-break bowler, and exceptional close quarter fielder either side of the Second World War.
Oakes has a hammer: He is president of InsPro Technologies, an insurance software and administrative services company.
Crazed Junior Oakes, 28, attacked 22-year-old Natasha Trevis in the back of a taxi, knifing her in the head, chest, arms and stomach.
Junior Saleem Oakes, who killed Natasha Trevis five days after a social worker "let slip" that she had aborted a fourth child, was ordered to serve at least 22 years before being considered for parole.