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  • noun Plural form of woodward.


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  • WRT property development and politics, what do you make of woodwards? or Surrey City Centre/SFU Surrey?

    Plantalk: Learning from Chicago « Stephen Rees's blog 2010

  • Despite ignoring bob woodwards book, this will be hyped on insanitty and colmes

    Think Progress » Ashcroft Launches Attack On 9/11 Commission 2006

  • Then also were read the orders of the clerks of the markets, and the testaments of his woodwards, rangers, and park-keepers, by which they disinherited their relations, and with ample praise of him, declare

    The Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter 20-66 Petronius Arbiter

  • The chief officers were known as foresters, verderors, woodwards, and agisters.

    The Dukeries Murray Gilchrist 1892

  • These were now the hunting-grounds of the kings and nobles, while in the leys, hursts, and dens, small groups of huts gave shelter to the swineherds and woodwards who had charge of their lord's property in the woodlands.

    Early Britain Anglo-Saxon Britain Grant Allen 1873

  • and woodwards book exposes the 3000 strong death squads that operate inside of afghansistan and paksitan .

    The Guardian World News Nick Cohen 2010


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