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godson

a male godchild
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Poland's first black lawmaker, John Godson, said that the colour of his skin has helped him get ahead in his overwhelmingly white adopted country and he now wants to promote contacts between Poles and Africa.
The honors continue for Washington's Clark College automotive technology professor Mike Godson. He was the highest scorer among nearly 15,000 people on the national L1 (advanced engine performance) exam.
Rob Langley, Clare Godson and Isabel Monk hope to raise up to pounds 500 for the charity.
The smaller, slimmer Godson line includes the 721, a 3.15" blade version of the 921 Godfather and the 706 which features beautiful burl maple inlay.
Andrew Godson, who ran the syndicate desk for collateralised debt obligations (CDO) and structured credit in Europe at Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C), has left the company.
Halstead Property promoted the following agents in each office:East Side office: EIoise Johnson and Marguerite Platt; West Side office: Dean Feldman, Louise Phillips Forbes, Barbara Good, Peter Martin, Kathleen Moosher, Susan Ruttner and Jane Tjian; Village office: Norman Horowitz, Barry Silverman, Michael Spodek and Janet Weiner; SoHo office: Barbara Godson, Barbara Licalzi and Richard Orenstein.
For his bioSUB project, biologist Lloyd Godson wanted to learn what it would take to live inside a sealed-off environment.
sharing the stories of worship from the World Council of Churches Assembly with groups of people back home, welcoming a new parishioner into the church, holding my godson ...
The hour-long service of thanksgiving for the life and work of Llangefni-born Sir Kyffin included tributes from his godson Nicholas Sinclair and former Aberystwyth university principal Professor Derec Llwyd Morgan.
The spring concerned lay in the grounds of The Court, the house of Septimus Godson, and the sound of Granville being sick was music to his ears.
According to the BBC, the correspondence was sent to Eliot's godson Tom Faber, son of his publisher Geoffrey, and sold at auction for GBP45,600, with letters to Geoffrey's wife Enid Faber selling for GBP55,000 at Bonhams, London.