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fane

A temple, esp. one devoted to pagan worship.
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ItEs kind of that more closed sound, even when youEre yelling," Grant says, as Fane shouts out a line to GrantEs nodding admiration.
Whalen is the Chairman and Managing Partner of Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP.
Today's picture shows Little Billy Fane launches the Comic Relief Appeal at Newcatle Civic Centre, but in what year?
Around 28 attackers including her father, brother and relatives hit her with bricks until she died without any difficulty outside the premises of the LHC at Fane road despite presence of numerous security personnel.
Viewing poems by fin-de-siecle poet, novelist, and essayist Violet Fane through the lens of their first publication in Victorian periodicals reveals new ways we may appreciate obscured women writers and understand how they articulate relationships between form and content within the perpetually cyclical format of periodicals.
On the direction of DIG Operations Rana Abdul Jabbar, a police team headed by SP Civil Lines Sarfraz Ahmad Khan on late night Friday launched search operation in nearby locality of FIA building, Fane road and other adjoining areas besides mosques, madaris, godowns, hotels and inns, in line with terror alert in the city.
Peter Fane, head of property Royal Liver Assurance, said: "We're delighted our successful partnership with Mitie has earned the team praise and recognition.
Both females are coincidentally clients of psychiatrist Vera List and when she finds out her patients are having an affair with the same man, she seeks help from undercover spy Marten Fane, fearing for the women's sanity and safety.
But with a planned series about spy Marten Fane, perhaps this will be resolved in forthcoming books.
Northern Irish dairy co-op Fane Valley is to exit the fresh liquid milk market in Northern Ireland with the sale of its liquid milk supply business to Dale Farm.
October 7 2010 -- Fane Valley cooperative has opened an GBP18 million feed mill at Omagh, Northern Ireland.
landowners--Anne Saunders (later Lady Melville), Jane Saunders (her sister and later Lady Westmorland), Georgiana Fane (daughter to Lady Westmorland), and Charlotte Sulivan (no relation to the foregoing women).