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Forensics A name which may be assigned to a male admitted to hospital without identification or an unidentified male decedent

John Doe

A generic name for a nameless ♂, used in clinical and forensic medicine, as a temporary identifier for persons without identification. See Jane Doe.

John Doe

, Jane Doe
1. In law, a fictitious name used when that of the actual defendant is unknown.
2. Name assigned to an unidentified patient (e.g., one admitted to a hospital in a coma) or to an unidentified corpse brought to the hospital for confirmation of death.
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SOLD: Nigel McDonald (second left) and Richard Roe (third left), both of Eddisons, with (from left) James Barraclough and James Croxen, both of BDO Stoy Hayward; Jane Cranston-Young, of Barclays; and Sharon Needle, of The Needle Partnership (s)
Richard Roe has a strong track record in the areas of e-commerce and digital content with such companies as Auerbach Publications and Technomic Publishing As Vice President of University Associates/Pfeiffer & Co, he managed and administered a book publishing and marketing program that saw annual revenues grow 400% in a few short years.
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Story, Chris Roe, Richard Roe, Erik Arnesen, Jesse Negron, Juliann Jannus, Mark Kornweibel.
Young recruits were marching triumphantly, their faces lighting up at the cheering--they, the John Does and Richard Roes who usually go unnoticed and uncelebrated.