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Archer

1. Frederick Scott. 1813--57, British inventor and sculptor. He developed (1851) the wet collodion photographic process, enabling multiple copies of pictures to be made
2. Jeffrey (Howard), Baron Archer of Weston-Super-Mare. born 1940, British novelist and Conservative politician. He was an MP from 1969 until 1974. His novels include Kane and Abel (1979), Honour Among Thieves (1993), and The Fourth Estate (1996): in 2000 he was imprisoned for perjury and attempting to pervert the course of justice
3. William. 1856--1924, Scottish critic and dramatist: made the first English translations of Ibsen

Archer

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

The Archer is a popular alternative name for the sign Sagittarius.

Archer

[′är·chər]
(astronomy)
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The 56th edition of the competition was well attended at Norton Archers, with the regional rivals battling it out for honours both individually and in teams across the age ranges and several different bow styles.
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BBC Radio 4's The Archers is celebrating 60 years since if was first aired in the Midlands, and official fan club, Archers Addicts, has planned a day to remember.
BBC Radio 4's The Archers is celebrating 60 years since if was first aired in the Midlands, and the official fan club, Archers Addicts, has planned a day to remember.
THE good news is The Archers is considering its first-ever murder storyline.
ARCHERS readied their bows for a medieval shoot-out in the grounds of Belsay Hall this weekend.
The Archers have a family home in Grantchester, near Cambridge, and a penthouse apartment at Vauxhall overlooking the Thames and Parliament.
Almost 100 archers from all over the region and Scotland took part in the Durham and Northumberland County Archery Championships at Newcastle's Walker Technology College.
Over the last year or so, people at Diageo have been listening a great deal to female consumers and have discovered what women want: Archers Vea, a new sparkling ready-to-drink (RTD) packed with delicious crisp fruit flavours.
Ms Williams, who was based at the Archers' home in Grantchester near Cambridge between 1988 and 2001, added, ``I am saddened that more than 13 years' loyal service to Lady Archer has ended in this way.
Roving Archers program director and head coach Michael Jenkins knew the problem was coming.
Alcoa (NYSE:AA) announced today that it congratulates archers Marco Galiazzo, 2004 Olympic gold medallist - Italy, Tim Cuddihy, Olympic bronze medallist - Australia, and Alison Williamson, 2004 Olympic bronze medallist - Great Britain for their success in Athens.