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Hodge

(hoj),
Hugh L., U.S. gynecologist, 1796-1873. See: Hodge pessary.
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Mr Austin has worked for Hodge for the best part of 28 years, first as finance director, and for the last 20 years as managing director.
The 29-year-old Hodge made immediate impact the moment he was fielded into the game at the 2:30 mark of the first quarter.
In the course of the book, Hodge retraces his forebears' path south from Missouri, drives pretty much the entirety of the Rio Grande Valley, interviews border patrol agents and his grandma, hangs out with Mexican-American pilgrims at the Cristo Rey shrine and explains why Cormac McCarthy's novels are more realistic than not.
But when Hodge experiences the meaning of love, he undergoes a transformation as dramatic and unexpected as those had ordered for others for thousands of years.
Hodge was found with the help of the police department's newest K9 dog, Flex.
THE Cornerstone project which aims to transform Cardiff's Ebenezer Chapel in Charles Street into a community, heritage and conference centre, is celebrating after receiving a PS150,000 charitable donation from The Jane Hodge Foundation.
Sydney, Mar 22 ( ANI ): Veteran Australian batsman Brad Hodge has revealed that he made his comeback to the squad 'by accident' when he emerged from the international wilderness for the summer-ending home Twenty20 series against England.
Well, not quite, but Margaret Hodge MP, Head of the Public Accounts Committee, says she must take 'money-saving tips' from the Treasury.
FOR outstanding performance in a BBC drama, the award this week must surely go to Margaret Hodge.
Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, March Hodge owns 14 dealerships in six states, and only one, which sells Cadillacs, is domestic.
Hodge hammers 54 off 29 balls to help team reach Qualifier 2
Roger Hodge is a former editor of Harper's Magazine in New York and current editor of The Oxford American in Conway.