by George

by George

An exclamation of surprise. By George, I think we've finally blown the case wide open!
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Magdalen was struck, as her sister had been struck, by George Bartram's resemblance to her father -- judging by the portrait at Combe-Raven, which presented the likeness of Andrew Vanstone in his younger days.
He was waited upon over the factory, shown the machinery by George, who, in high spirits, talked so fluently, held himself so erect, looked so handsome and manly, that his master began to feel an uneasy consciousness of inferiority.
In celebration of the album's reissue, Channel 4, BBC Worldwide and Sony Music have commissioned Freedom: George Michael (w/t), a stunning new film, narrated by George. It co-stars Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Mark Ronson, Mary J Blige, Tony Bennett, Liam Gallagher, James Corden, Ricky Gervais, the Freedom!
"So you've got a bunch of stories about a bunch of people who aren't real in a bunch of places that aren't real, doing a bunch of stuff that isn't really real?" "Every single story I tell really happened." I was offended by George's accusation.
Byline: EXCLUSIVE BY GEORGE WOODFIELD The Sunday Mirror's very own George
A big overhand right by George was partially picked off by Rodriguez's glove, but it got a rise out of the crowd.
George was set up 21 years ago by George Davies, the fashion designer who also invented the Per Una label at Marks & Spencer.
George was set up 21 years ago by George Davies, who also invented the Per Una label at Marks & Spencer.
A towering new waterfall triptych, inspired by George's favourite colours, will be among works on show for the first time.
* George and Rue by George Elliott Clarke Carroll & Graf, February 2006 $23, ISBN 0-7867-1620-7
Nor would a responsible contemporary publisher be likely to flirt with the disturbing overtones suggested by George's capture, which is eerily reminiscent of Middle Passage slave narratives.
"No Child Left Behind," this president's education initiative, was reminiscent of proposals that had been put forth by George H.
ON OCTOBER 11, 1948, at City Center on West 55th Street in New York, the young dance company called Ballet Society, founded by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, made its first appearance under its new name and, in effect, new structure--New York City Ballet.
George was created in 1990 by George Davies, a British clothing designer, retailer and entrepreneur who had previously created and operated the Next apparel chain, once one of England's trendiest and most successful.
Powers-Beck turns to careful examinations of the surviving writings focusing primarily on their possible connections to writing by George Herbert.