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josh

(dʒɑʃ)
tv. & in. to tease someone; to kid someone. Stop joshing. Be serious.
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Dr Ghazanafar Mehdi said, Josh left the un-erased marks on Urdu literature which would be remembered forever.
Team Josh are also planning cake sales, runs, barbecue evenings, wristband sales and even hoping to take on Snowdon, more abseils and sky dives.
Realising his love of fashion, Follow Your Dreams put Josh in touch with some designers who took him to their factory and invited Josh to their label launch in London which was hosted by Piers Morgan.
My dad was an incredibly hard-working man and I've applied that same work ethic to build Josh Cellars.
But both Paul and Josh have another option and that is to take Christmas to final two.
Yesterday, tributes to Josh flooded social media sites.
I immediately asked Josh if he was all right and he told me he can't breathe,' Dennis said.
I could go on all day with my memories of Josh and telling stories of what we used to get up to.
Josh gave a big thumbs-up to the John Smith's Stadium itself but the car parking facilities left a lot to be desired.
Yesterday Josh Shackleton, originally from Whitby, visited Rye Hills School, Redcar, to speak to Year 11 GCSE Art students about his work and theirs.
Josh, of Billingham, Co Durham, said the connection he made with the judges felt "amazing" and added: "I just feel blessed that I've managed to have that experience and impact.
Josh is sensory seeking and has difficulty using various types of materials, such as crayons, street chalk, and markers.
Young Josh awakens from a coma brought on by an allergic reaction to penicillin and is found to be suffering from selective amnesia.
CORONATION Street beauty Brooke Vincent has split from her football star boyfriend Josh McEachran.
Son Josh, 13, has severe autism and needs constant support.