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Dummy, The Witch Of Sible Hedingham
... Dummy, the Witch of Sible Hedingham (c ... In September 1863, Dummy was accused by a local girl of bewitching her house in Ridgewell and dragged from The Swan tavern by a drunken mob ...
Bingo Voting - After The Poll
... Also, all unused dummy votes are revealed (the commitments are "opened") and published ... is derived from the numbers of these unused dummy votes Since a vote for a candidate results in an unused dummy vote, a candidate's tally must equal the number of his or her unused dummy votes less the number ... is the difference between the number of dummy votes originally generated for each candidate and the number of published ballots ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: D - Dummy
... For the DC Comics villain, see Dummy (DC Comics) ... Dummy (Dean Boswell) is a fictional mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe ... The autistic young mutant known as Dummy became a student of the Xavier Institute before his powers manifested ...
Laurie Simmons - Photography - Café of The Inner Mind
... According to Simmons, "the dummy is such a metaphor for lying and telling the truth ... You don’t have to take responsibility for anything that you’re saying because the dummy said it or the dummy did it ...
Suit Combination – 10 Missing
... in contract bridge for a single suit in isolation in which declarer and dummy lack the ten but possess the ace, king, queen and jack ... of Bridge (6th edition) are Declarer and dummy hold six cards combined, 5 tricks required x - AKQJ9 Declarer and dummy hold seven cards combined, 6 tricks required ...

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