Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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A rare spelling variant of Dawkes.

Examples

  • Designed by S. W. Daukes, the massive new asylum offered accommodation for up to 1,000 patientsten years later this figure had doubled, with the female department one-third greater than that of the males.

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  • Designed by S. W. Daukes, the massive new asylum offered accommodation for up to 1,000 patientsten years later this figure had doubled, with the female department one-third greater than that of the males.

    Bedlam

  • Designed by S. W. Daukes, the massive new asylum offered accommodation for up to 1,000 patientsten years later this figure had doubled, with the female department one-third greater than that of the males.

    Bedlam

  • Johnny Daukes right on set with Simon Callow, who plays Godfrey

    BBC News - Home

  • Johnny Daukes "I did everything that screen-writing manuals tell you not to do," admits the London-based writer and musician.

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  • Daukes is also a singer-songwriter, and his impressive second album, A False Parade, is about to be released.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • London-born Johnny Daukes, a new name to me, is the writer-director of Acts of Godfrey, a darkly funny film with a notable British cast Simon Callow, Celia Imrie, Harry Enfield, Doon Mackichan.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Daukes is the first to admit that the journey from script to screen wasn't an easy one.

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  • Meanwhile, Daukes is working on two new film projects - one of them an "indie opera" - and is about to release a solo album, A False Parade, which features two songs from Acts of Godfrey.

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  • Against all the odds, Johnny Daukes did just that - and his debut feature Acts of Godfrey premieres this week.

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