Aubrey


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Aubrey

John. 1626--97, English antiquary and author, noted for his vivid biographies of his contemporaries, Brief Lives (edited 1898)
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He had been doing this for five days with great contentment when Aubrey Barstowe arrived.
There's William, and, I believe, Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Aubrey.
Further, it is revealed that Reuel, Aubrey, and Dianthe are brothers and sister, all descended from Mira, a slave of the wealthy father of Aubrey, who did not know that Aubrey had been exchanged at birth by Mira for his "white" son.
Aubrey Swinburne, would have given him the cachet he needed with all those who valued "the wretched flickers of the electronic road map [sic]" more than his fine penmanship and stiff, embossed stationery.
Guy Aubrey had shown up at a game and unfurled a 10-foot bed sheet with the biblical citation "John 3:16.
Finally, in keeping with the late Thomas Binkley's conceptions for this Indiana University Press series, Aubrey offers all of this considerable information as a basis for suggestions concerning performances (both medieval and contemporary) of this rich repertory.
The Board of Directors of Aubrey Group is happy to announce that Tom Allen has been named Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
COVENTRY butcher Aubrey Allen has made history after scooping a prestigious national award for a record fourth time.
William Aubrey plunged a pair of scissors into his 75-year-old father's arm after they rowed about how to cook chorizo on December 20.
In the end, they were forced to use CS gas spray on Aubrey after he lunged at them with two kitchen knives.
Aubrey Allen, of Warwick Street, Leamington Spa, defended its title as the region's favourite butcher before claiming the prestigious overall national award, organised by Meat Trades Journal.
Aubrey, of Hammond Street, admitted a charge of being found in an enclosed yard for the purpose of theft.