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Dainty died at his house, " Cobblers ", in the village on 19 November 1986.

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* Cobblers is short for " cobbler's awls " which is a rhyming slang for ' balls ' ( testicles )
In addition to listings of recipes for Punches, Sours, Slings, Cobblers, Shrubs, Toddies, Flips, and a variety of other types of mixed drinks were 10 recipes for drinks referred to as " Cocktails ".
In 1865 Kivi won the State Prize for his still often performed comedy Nummisuutarit ( translated as Heath Cobblers by Douglas Robinson ).
He was part of the Northampton side that won promotion from League Two, appearing 11 times for the Cobblers and scoring one goal against Notts County.
Bowen would manage the Cobblers for eight years, and became known as a canny manager who signed quality players despite a tight budget.
Northampton Town also known as " The Cobblers " played their home games for 97 years at the County Ground between 1897 and 1994.
The Cobblers played their last game there on 12 October 1994 ( a 1-0 league defeat to Mansfield Town ), and then moved to Sixfields, a four sided stadium more suitable for football.
The English disparaging term “ cobblers ,” usually meaning “ nonsense ,” is Cockney rhyming slang for “ balls ” from the phrase “ cobblers ’ awls .” For shoemakers, " Cobblers " are people who repair shoes, not those who make shoes.
He scored 1 goal-against Watford's rivals Luton-in 6 games for the Cobblers.

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In the following years the three Bear Stearns bankers would complete a series of buyouts including Stern Metals ( 1965 ), Incom ( a division of Rockwood International, 1971 ), Cobblers Industries ( 1971 ), and Boren Clay ( 1973 ) as well as Thompson Wire, Eagle Motors and Barrows through their investment in Stern Metals.
Some permanent pools exist along the course of the river including Robins Pool, Long Pool, Cobblers Pool and Jimperding Pool.
Aleksis Kivi's Heath Cobblers and Kullervo.
In the following years the three Bear Stearns bankers would complete a series of buyouts including Stern Metals ( 1965 ), Incom ( a division of Rockwood International, 1971 ), Cobblers Industries ( 1971 ), and Boren Clay ( 1973 ) as well as Thompson Wire, Eagle Motors and Barrows through their investment in Stern Metals.
An English translation was published in 1993: Aleksis Kivi's Heath Cobblers and Kullervo, translated by Douglas Robinson ( North Star Press of St.
His play Nummisuutarit ( The Cobblers of the Heath ) – with colourful scenes of rural life in the 19th century Nurmijärvi parish – are performed in summer at an outdoor theatre in Palojoki, the village where Kivi was born.
* Cobblers Hill, located on a hill to the south of Wendover, along Cobblershill Lane.
Nicknamed The Souters ( Cobblers ) the club was founded in 1880 and is the oldest club in the Borders.
In the following years the three Bear Stearns bankers would complete a series of buyouts including Stern Metals ( 1965 ), Incom ( a division of Rockwood International, 1971 ), Cobblers Industries ( 1971 ), and Boren Clay ( 1973 ) as well as Thompson Wire, Eagle Motors and Barrows through their investment in Stern Metals.
Although they had a number of highly successful investments, the $ 27 million investment in Cobblers ended in bankruptcy.
His other shows and films included Up Pompeii !, Up the Front, The Cobblers of Umbridge and The Virgin Soldiers.
Cobblers originated in the early British American colonies.
Cobblers and crumbles were promoted by the Ministry of Food during the Second World War, since they have filling yet require less butter than a traditional pastry, and can be made with margarine.

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In his early years he played with the camel foals and goats, and his love for camels earned him the nickname " Abu Bakr ", the father of the foal of the camel.
The author opens with a prologue, usually taken to be addressed to an individual by the name of Theophilus ( though this name, which translates literally as " God-lover ", may be a nickname rather than a personal appellation ) and references " my earlier book "— almost certainly the Gospel of Luke.
" Opponents sometimes referred to him as " Slick Willie ", a nickname first applied while he was governor of Arkansas and lasting throughout his presidency.
The poem was originally published anonymously ( under the pen name " Phin ", based on Thayer's college nickname, " Phineas ").
*" Cadillac ", nickname of NFL player Carnell Williams of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
This style of drive had the popular nickname " Toaster Drive ", because it required the use of a knife or other thin object to pry out the stuck media just like a piece of toast stuck in a real toaster ( though this is inadvisable with real toasters ).
Reporters later shortened the name to " Cy ", which became the nickname Young used for the rest of his life.
The young Gaius earned the nickname Caligula ( meaning " little soldier's boot ", the diminutive form of caliga, n. hob-nailed military boot ) from his father's soldiers while accompanying him during his campaigns in Germania.
Partick Thistle are known as the " Harry Rags ", which is taken from the rhyming slang of their ' official ' nickname " the jags ".
Her nickname appears as a store name in the story " Christmas in Duckburg ", featured on page 1 of Walt Disney ’ s Christmas Parade # 9, published in 1958.
*" The Commodore ", the nickname of American entrepreneur Cornelius Vanderbilt ( 1794 – 1877 )
In the 1987 season, Earnhardt earned his nickname " The Intimidator " after spinning out Elliott in the final segment of " The Winston ", a non-points event now known as the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.
During this season Earnhardt garnered a second nickname, " The Man in Black ", owing to the black paint scheme in which the No. 3 car was painted.
All of the boys were called " Ike ", such as " Big Ike " ( Edgar ) and " Little Ike " ( Dwight ); the nickname was intended as an abbreviation of their last name.
where she prefers to be known as Clara Kappelhoff, combining an old nickname (" Clara ", by friend Billy de Wolfe ) and her family name at birth.
) Thomas named the restaurant after his eight-year-old daughter Melinda Lou, whose nickname was " Wenda ", stemming from the child's inability to say her own name at a young age.
The story of Æthelred's notorious nickname, " Æthelred the Unready ", from Old English Æþelræd Unræd, goes a long way toward explaining how his reputation has declined through history.
His nickname Unræd is usually translated into present-day English as " The Unready ", though, because the present-day meaning of " unready " no longer resembles its ancient counterpart, this translation disguises the meaning of the Old English term.
The nickname has alternatively been taken adjectivally as " ill-advised ", " ill-prepared ", " indecisive ", thus " Æthelred the ill-advised ".
Young Louis's nickname among family and friends was " Dickie ", notable in that " Richard " was not among his given names.
This was because his great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, suggested the nickname of " Nicky ", however it got mixed up with the many Nickys of the Russian Imperial Family (" Nicky " was particularly used to refer to Nicholas II, the last Tsar ) so they changed it to Dickie.
Strongman René Richter goes by the nickname " Golem ", and a Czech monster truck outfit calls itself the " Golem Team ".

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