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Gosse

Sir Edmund William. 1849--1928, English critic and poet, noted particularly for his autobiographical work Father and Son (1907)
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Gosse, whose acquaintance with northern lands and northern literature is special.
Gosse, with all his accomplishment, is still a young man.
Gosse to be also returning to the thoughts, the fears, the consolations, of its youth in Greece, in Italy:--
The City of Burlington is accepting bid proposals for work to be done at the Miller Center at 130 Gosse Court in Burlington.
Chaque gosse qui grandit aimerait devenir Steven Gerrard [beaucoup plus grand que].
Mytilina mucronata (Muller, 1773) x Notholca squamula (Muller, 1786) x x Notommata cyrtopus Gosse, 1886 x Notommata cf.
Gosse commended the value-added efforts of Commercial Bank and the wide range of financial services it offers to support the Bank's SME customers in all their requirements through its dedicated Enterprise Banking business unit.
Global head of MTNs, Amaury Gosse, said, 'We are delighted to have won this prestigious award, and it crowns four years of effort and improvement on our behalf.
Carolyn Gosse SpodickNORTHBOROUGH/WORCESTER - Carolyn (Gosse) Spodick, 79, passed away peacefully surrounded by love on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 after a brief illness.
Welcoming the workshop participants, Gail Gosse, dean, CNA-Q School of Business Studies said, "CNA-Q School of Business is very proud of our partnership with Enterprise Banking, Commercial Bank.
The team also includes senior administrator Delyth Beaumont, who's been with the company more than four years, and the recently graduated Amy Gosse, who joined the team this year as a trainee research administrator.
Mullen from the University of Alabama who was tracing the location of a farm where Philip Henry Gosse lived while he taught at the District No.