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Hodge

(hoj),
Hugh L., U.S. gynecologist, 1796-1873. See: Hodge pessary.
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Hodges and Janey's relationship started out as strictly professional, but things between them turned romantic when she suddenly showed interest in his personal life.
Hodges was a vital member of the post-World War II Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers teams that dominated the National League, winning nine pennants and two World Series titles between 1947 and 1959.
Longtime friend and Royal Studio owner Lawrence "Boo'' Mitchell said Tuesday that Hodges died Sunday night from complications of emphysema at a Dallas hospital.
We are extremely happy and humbled to showcase these gracious and wonderful animals and rescue organizations,” said Deanna Hodges, President, Hodges Collection.
Mr Hodges believed he had ample time to get back to his car but when he ran to put more money in the machine for a new parking ticket, he was shocked to find a parking fine.
A major biography of Hodges is long overdue, and Clavin and Peary's Gil Hodges provides extensively researched documentation and cogent arguments for Hodges's inclusion in the Hall of Fame.
Hodges said he hoped the council would have Mayor James Sanders' proposal next month, but Sanders didn't give a timeline on when the research would be done.
Mawson Resources Limited (TSX: MAW), an exploration company based in Canada, has entered into a deed of variation agreement with Hodges Resources Ltd (Hodges) (ASX:HDG) to vary terms of a joint venture agreement.
The pain serves as an uncomfortable reminder of the March afternoon when an unleashed pit bull attacked the 74-year-old Hodges and her schnauzer puppy as they walked along Norwood Street in northeast Eugene.
In conjunction with the gift, the institution will change its name to Hodges University and move from college status to university status.