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Lady Mary Wortley. 1689--1762, English writer, noted for her Letters from the East (1763)
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Montagu rallied quickly and equalised when Olivia Black beat two players before crossing to Christina Deverdics, who took the ball around the Bulldogs' Caitlin Dunns before slotting home.
Air Liquide (Paris:AI), a provider of gases, technologies and services, declared on Friday that it has completed the sale of Aqua Lung, a provider of personal aquatic equipment for recreational and professional use, to European private equity firm Montagu Private Equity.
He's been saying a lot of things," Laura Montagu stated in a separate interview with the AP.
To help cover estate running costs he eventually decided to open the house to the paying public and to commemorate the life of his father, motoring pioneer John Montagu, by exhibiting veteran cars.
In 1954 Lord Montagu was involved in an infamous trial when he was jailed for a year for homosexual acts which were then illegal.
Under Montagu's ownership, Maplin's revenues have rocketed to more than GBP220m from GBP100m, with the company currently leveraging a network of 210 store locations across the UK and Ireland, Montagu said.
Montagu has owned Maplin since 2004 and it has now appointed PwC to head up the sales process.
During a smallpox epidemic in April 1721, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu asked Dr.
HSBC Holdings Plc (LSE: HSBA) has announced a plan to sell its stake in Montagu Private Equity LLP.
No," said John Montagu, Fourth Earl Of Sandwich, "We will continue to play the game Faro, this being the 18th century and Faro, consequently, being all the rage.
Apparently that's fine at the Montagu Arms, although the first time I saw her it gave me a fright
Montagu, the former curator of the Bate Collection of Musical Instruments and lecturer in the faculty of music at Oxford, is the author of numerous works, including a book on timpani and percussion (Tympani and Percussion [New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002]), and another on reeds (Reed Instruments: The Montague Collection: An Annotated Catalogue [Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2001]).