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Rodney

George Brydges, 1st Baron Rodney. 1719--92, English admiral: captured Martinique (1762): defeated the Spanish at Cape St Vincent (1780) and the French under Admiral de Grasse off Dominica (1782), restoring British superiority in the Caribbean
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but, besides having to answer Rodney, he was not sure that the remark, with its assertion of intimacy, would not strike Katharine as impertinent.
But Rodney could never resist making trial of the sympathies of any one who seemed favorably disposed, and Denham's praise had stimulated his very susceptible vanity.
Katharine looked at Ralph Denham, who was now pounding his way through the metaphysics of metaphor with Rodney, and was reminded of his talk that Sunday afternoon.
Cloaks were being flung round the shoulders, hats swiftly pinned to the head; and Denham had the mortification of seeing Katharine helped to prepare herself by the ridiculous Rodney.
A pilot has been detained after a drone was flown over Rodney Parade during Newport County's FA Cup fourth round clash with Premier League side Tottenham.
THE Likely Lads star Rodney Bewes has died aged 79, a week before his birthday.
His name was Rodney Bickerstaffe, the former General Secretary of the public sector union Unison.
For more than a decade, Los Angeles--based artist Rodney McMillian (born 1969) has worked in sculpture, painting, video and performance to explore the intersections of race, class, gender and socioeconomic policy.
RODNEY, the little dog who needed new trotters, needs a new home.
The Walter Rodney Collection is a compilation of materials donated by a number of individuals and institutions.
FOR traffic travelling from the south: Berry Street, Leece Street, Rodney Street, Clarence Street, Russell Street, Seymour Street, London Road and Lime Street.