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Arne

Thomas (Augustine). 1710--78, English composer, noted for his setting of Shakespearean songs and for his song Rule Britannia

Arne

blinded by stepfather Desmontes after he learned she had been raped and was pregnant. [Gk. Myth.: Howe, 39]
See: Rape
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Carl Beecher, former dean of music at Northwestern University, wrote to Oldberg and his wife in August of 1961: "It is now 61 years since I first went to Arne for instruction and guidance--a boy of 17.
In the late 1960s Fritz Hansen moves the entire production to facilities in Allerod north of Copenhagen, and the partnership with Arne Jacobsen continues until his death in 1971.
Tony Whitehead, speaking for the RSPB, said: Were really looking forward to meeting people in Wareham and discussing the future of the Moors at Arne.
John Arne Riise at the Lunch With Legends at the Shankly Hotel earlier this year ANDREW TEEBAY
It is worth mentioning that the international photographer, Professor Arne Hodali?
Critique: A stunningly beautiful coffee-table compendium, "The Gardens of Arne Maynard" blends impressive visual images with an informed commentary.
Arne says that I am a fool, that I should invite her for a walk.
Arne Fjortoft arranged the visit of a group of Buddhist monks from Sri Lanka to Norway.
4 percent of the South Arne field in the Danish North Sea, from Noreco.
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In the latest move, endangered ladybird spiders are being transferred to the RSPB's Arne reserve, which the wildlife charity says is one of the most diverse insect and spider habitats in the country.