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Of course our low hero was a self valeter by choice of need so up he got up whatever is meant by a stourbridge clay kitchen-ette and lithargogalenu fowlhouse for the sake of akes (the umpple does not fall very far from the dumpertree) which the moromelodious jigsmith, in defiance of the Uncontrollable Birth
Mr Hoskins, a car valeter in his 40s from Chatham, Kent, had gone fishing alone by the River Medway near Tonbridge in Kent on February 3, but was found dead in his tent at 9.40am the next day.
A spokeswoman for Libscomb car dealers in Aylesford, Kent - where Mr Hoskins worked as a car valeter - said today: "He was highly thought of by everyone, a great friend whose death has shocked everyone."
Staveley Head Motortrade Insurance is aware of the diversity of needs required by motor traders from the multi-outlet main agent distributors to the single operative car-valeter.
Using a clay bar, a bodyshop or valeter/detailer might be able to clean the paint surface and lose some of the orange peel effect in the lacquer.
Car valeter Paul Anthony Lee, 43, a 6ft 4ins divorced father of two strangled bubbly businesswoman Francealle Rosser, 60, of Kennard Street in Ton Pentre in his caravan at Coedcae Lane, Pontyclun.