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Gainsborough

Thomas. 1727--88, English painter, noted particularly for his informal portraits and for his naturalistic landscapes
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Jason Gilchrist scored a hat-trick as the Sandgrounders achieved their first victory on the road since August 19 with a comprehensive performance at Gainsborough Trinity.
Blyth Spartans: Jameson, Atkinson (Cartwright), Liddle, Mullen (McTiernan), Buddle, Hutchinson, Rivers, Reid, Rutherford, Hopson, Dale (Wrightson) Subs: I Watson, MacDonald Gainsborough Trinity: Ravas, Jacklin, Storey, Evans, Stainfield, Russell (Simmons), Bateson, Richards, Worsfold, Warren (Clarke), King (Smith) Subs: Jarman, Beevers
That disappointed Blyth boss Alun Armstrong as it would have meant fourth-bottom Gainsborough playing twice inside 48 hours.
This is the Thomas Gainsborough (1727-88) his friends and early biographers wanted us to have: the dreamy child of nature, somewhere between a faun and a Fotherington-Thomas.
Dad-of-seven Nikolik, of Gainsborough, admitted theft and was jailed for two years.
Gainsboroughs House: reviving an artists birthplace.
Whether Gainsborough deserved to win it or was it fair to be a draw I don't know but it's certainly not good enough.
I had feared that The Gainsborough, which only officially opened a few months ago - might be marbled and mannered, especially as only a few journalists had been allowed through its door.
The spa pool at The Gainsborough Hotel which has its own source |of piping hot thermal water and, right, the historic city of Bath
I had feared that The Gainsborough, which only officially opened a few weeks ago - might be marbled and mannered, especially as only a few journalists had been allowed through its door.
I had feared that The Gainsborough, which only officially opened last week, might be marbled and mannered - especially as only a few journalists have been allowed through its door.
Conference North outfit Gainsborough, whilst rarely threatening, would have gone in level at half-time but for a bad error from former Hartlepool keeper Jan Budtz.