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Godolphin

Sidney. 1st Earl of Godolphin. 1645--1712, English statesman; as Lord Treasurer, he managed the financing of Marlborough's campaigns in the War of the Spanish Succession
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A crime of mysterious character was committed last night at 16 Godolphin Street, one of the old-fashioned and secluded rows of eighteenth century houses which lie between the river and the Abbey, almost in the shadow of the great Tower of the Houses of Parliament.
Yes, I will while away the morning at Godolphin Street with our friends of the regular establishment.
Sometimes he visited Paris for three months on end, but Mitton was left in charge of the Godolphin Street house.
Eduardo Lucas, who met his death by violence last Monday night at Godolphin Street, Westminster.
I opened his despatch-box, took the paper, and conveyed it to Godolphin Street.
Hannon said: "I'm absolutely delighted to have Godolphin on board and Piping Rock is a very nice horse for us all to look forward to next year.
GODOLPHIN yesterday issued a chilling warning to the world's best in the wake of Moon Ballad's Dubai World Cup romp.
IF Dubai Tiger is as successful as the sporting star he's named after Godolphin have a sure-fire winner in the stable.
Dubai: Godolphin has appointed long-serving team member Charlie Appleby as their second trainer with immediate effect.
IN A sense, every year is a big year for Godolphin.
Godolphin boss Sheikh Mohammed paid tribute to Loder's contribution, saying: "I would like to place on record my appreciation of the excellent work he has done for Godolphin.
Any discussion of Godolphin cannot be confined to Europe, however.