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Langtry

Lillie, known as the Jersey Lily, real name ?milie Charlotte le Breton. 1852--1929, English actress, noted for her beauty and for her friendship with Edward VII
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Langtry had been spreading the scientific word around schools and exhibitions in Ireland for a number of years - a mission to make it cool for kids.
Only a neck separated Melodic Motion and Dubka in the Lillie Langtry and the weights are virtually the same here except for the month-on-month change in the weight-for-age scale.
Langtry pointed out that identical twins are not hereditary, and are not explained by a specific genetic cause.
Langtry 175,000 400 Estate/Guenoc San Luis Obispo County, Calif.
On the menu:The Langtry restaurant has been garlanded with awards, and likes to start things off with a free glass of bubbly - a great decision.
The target has been the Lillie Langtry at Goodwood, that's the plan at the moment.
That leaves the door open for Lillie Langtry to establish her credentials for Aidan O'Brien in a year when Ballydoyle have been relatively quiet by their standards.
The bookies make Lillie Langtry favourite to foil the hat-trick bid of Special Duty, who has won the Newmarket 1,000 Guineas and the French equivalent with the help of the stewards - having passed the post in second place on both occasions.
On her original visit, Watson was impressed with the building, which was originally constructed by Edward VII for Lillie Langtry, but was less taken with the interior, which she believed was more Fifties pensioner than Edwardian royal mistress.
Brian Langtry scored three goals to lead the Denver Outlaws to an 11-10 Major League Lacrosse victory against the visiting Riptide in front of 8,162 Saturday at Invesco Field.
MIDDLETOWN, LAKE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA--In 1888, the famous British actress Lillie Langtry, who became America's first superstar, purchased a 4,200-acre ranch called Guenoc Rancho, near Middletown, to raise racehorses and grapes.
Richard Ellmann provides another account of Wilde introducing Ruskin to Lillie Langtry in chapter V of his Oscar Wilde (1987) but the source is more puzzling.