POGE

AcronymDefinition
POGEPrinciple of Good Enough
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Five miles east of Stoke Poges is the Burnham Beeches Hotel which featured in the 1968 film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Atkinson is 25-year old pro at Stoke Poges Golf Club, who met Els when he carried a scoreboard at the World Matchplay Championship in Wentworth.
As for the near future, Henman, who secured some much-needed practice on grass at Stoke Poges last week after losing to Karol Beck in his Queen's Club opener, ought to know what is needed by now after years of trying at Wimbledon.
He finished 27 over, but was not last - Stoke Poges qualifier Charles Challen had rounds of 86 and 87 for 31 over.
Andy Murray in action during the Boodles Challenge 2008 in Stoke Poges this week
A stained glass window in the church of Stoke Poges dated around 1779 apparently shows a figure seated on a wheeled instrument using his feet against the ground.
Henman completed his preparations for Wimbledon with a comfortable 6-3 6-4 victory over world number 12 Nicolas Massu of Chile at the Boodle and Dunthorne Champions Challenge in Stoke Poges yesterday afternoon.
Instead, at the plush country club near Stoke Poges once used to film the James Bond classic Goldfinger, crocked centre Mark Taylor was given the odd job of representing Wales, even though he may not play in the tournament because of a knee injury.
Els first met Bracknell-based Atkinson, who works in the shop at Stoke Poges Golf Club, about 12 years ago.
Els met Bracknell-based Atkinson, who works in the professional's shop at Stoke Poges Golf Club, about 12 years ago.
People who live in Slough never admit it: they claim to live near Windsor, Stoke Poges or Maidenhead.
They planned to marry in Stoke Poges in September, with Jenny, 37, as bridesmaid.