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oaten

pertaining to or emanating from oats.
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Oaten was driving an Audi A5 at the time of the incident while Fettah was in a Volkswagen Golf.
Cardiff Crown Court heard Fettah and Oaten took part in an "impromptu race" on a Barry street which saw them accelerate to speeds of more than 70mph in a 30mph zone, ending in a collision that killed the mum of two young children.
As part of the series, Oaten was sent to stay in a tower block in Barking and Dagenham, and admits the experience did prove to be something of an eye-opener: "What I think I noticed here was just how difficult it is to live in that kind of environment.
The four MPs were Oaten, Austin Mitchell (Labour), Tim Loughton and Iain Duncan Smith (both Conservative).
The foolish Mr Oaten should never have taken part in C4's deeply unoriginal Tower Block Of Commons.
Mr Oaten said Belinda even broke his finger during one furious row.
TWO 81-year-olds will be wed this week - 65 years after the marriage propsal Michael Fitter and Mary Oaten met in London in the last years of the Second World War.
Liberal Democrat MP Mark Oaten will be passing on his experience of dealing with the media in his position as head of the new public sector division at the Aziz Corporation.
WATFORD midfielder Al Bangura's appeal against the decision to deport him has been taken to the House of Commons by Liberal Democrat MP and Hornets fan Mark Oaten.
n Short debate on rights of children held in prison, opened by Mark Oaten (Lib Dem Winchester).
The range of 15 products available in the United States includes traditional British specialties such as Scottish highland shortbread and English damson plum jam as well as the unique Duchy Originals Oaten biscuits.
Do the Liberal Democrat councillors of Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland agree with Liberal Democrat MP Mark Oaten when he says "we (Liberal democrats) support the piloting of 'managed zones' in designated areas of cities" with regards to prostitution?