Godman


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God·man

(god'măn),
John D., U.S. anatomist, 1794-1830. See: Godman fascia.
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Godman banged over the conversion from a tricky angle to make the cushion 15 points.
SCOTLAND: Frank Hadden has loaded his team with Edinburgh players for tomorrow's must-win Test against Argentina to give recalled stand-off Phil Godman every chance of making a killer contribution.
It will be conducted by Coventry-based musician Paul Godman, who said: "The orchestra is really looking forward to returning to Holy Trinity to celebrate its 10th anniversary and is always keen to showcase local talent as soloists in its concerts.
The other changes in the Falcons line-up see Hall Charlton drop down to the bench to rest a dislocated finger and James Grindal start at scrum half, while Dave Walder moves up to No 10 for Phil Godman and Ben Gollings comes in at full back.
And Dr Norman Godman, chairman of the Labour Party backbench Northern Ireland Committee, said he believed both Mr Blair and Ulster Secretary Ms Mo Mowlam are sympathetic to Mr Ahem's request.
Why it took six lives and two weeks to arrest a self- styled godman accused of murder &sedition DEADLY
It's alleged they did the same to former MSP Trish Godman and lawyer Paul McBride QC - both Celtic fans - as well as people at republican shop Cairde Na Heireann in Glasgow.
SCOTLAND fly-half Phil Godman yesterday agreed a new two-year contract with Edinburgh.
NEW DEAL: Edinburgh and Scotland fly-half Phil Godman
SCOTLAND: H Southwell; S Webster, B Cairns, G Morrison, S Lamont; P Godman, M Blair (capt); A Jacobsen, R Ford, G Cross, J White, J Hamilton, A Hogg, S Taylor J Barclay
Edinburgh finally sealed victory when Godman kicked over a late penalty.
The entire visiting backline were caught offside as Phil Godman launched a probing cross-kick and he followed up to calmly slot the penalty from almost 40 minutes.