Joe Bloggs


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Joe Bloggs

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an ordinary person There's no point asking your average Joe Bloggs what he thinks about opera.
See also: joe
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But if you're a regular Joe Bloggs you cannot afford to pay pounds 150 - and why should you?
The book features Muslim sporting role model and former Huddersfield rugby league player Ikram Butt and Bushra Ahmed, founder of the Joe Bloggs clothing company.
Bruce, who intends to visit Pennant behind bars, said: ``I do believe a prison sentence was harsh and if Jermaine had been your Joe Bloggs in the street, I don't think he'd be where he is today.
I don't know that the new regime will make pensions any simpler, but I think the property element will make them easier for Joe Bloggs to relate to.
Ms Emanuel was heading for bankruptcy in 1997 and she turned to a man she thought of as a white knight - Joe Bloggs entrepreneur Shami Ahmed.
KNIGHTHOODS are given to people with outstanding qualities, whether they're prominent figures who are regularly in the public eye or Joe Bloggs, who crosses the children over the road each morning.
The rags-to-riches millionaire, who is still only 34, runs Manchester-based clothing empire Joe Bloggs.
I think if Joe Bloggs was caught with some wrongdoing he would be yanked in to the local nick before you could utter the words "Electric Bill".
MIKE ROSS says the Heineken Cup can become the Joe Bloggs Cup as far as he's concerned - just as long a competition for the top European clubs exists.
IF JOE Bloggs misappropriated pounds 56,000 from his employer, he'd be lucky to stay out of prison, never mind keep his job.
The government has done a lot but sometimes the regular Joe Bloggs in the street has to do his bit as well.
All the more so because after the first few giggles the commentators used his nickname as if he was just another Joe Bloggs.
Picture the next scenario - Joe Bloggs, an honest overworked person who files his tax return on February 1, missing the deadline date of January 31.
We surely need far more A Geggies and less Joe Bloggs BA or BSc.
She would also like to hear from anyone who can identify a group of youths seen near the mini-roundabout in Mill Street on Tuesday night, including one who is described as aged about 19, white, slim with dark eyebrows and wearing a combat jacket, grey or blue jogging bottoms and a distinctive Joe Bloggs knitted hat.