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Walpole,

industrial town (1990 pop. 20,212), Norfolk co., E Mass., SW of Boston; settled 1659, inc. 1724. Machinery, trailers, fences, and roofing are the chief manufactures. Walpole is the site of a state prison.

Walpole

1. Horace, 4th Earl of Orford. 1717--97, British writer, noted for his letters and for his delight in the Gothic, as seen in his house Strawberry Hill and his novel The Castle of Otranto (1764)
2. Sir Hugh (Seymour). 1884--1941, British novelist, born in New Zealand: best known for The Herries Chronicle (1930--33), a sequence of historical novels set in the Lake District
3. Sir Robert, 1st Earl of Orford, father of Horace Walpole. 1676--1745, English Whig statesman. As first lord of the Treasury and Chancellor of the Exchequer (1721--42) he was effectively Britain's first prime minister
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Rather it is a comedy that is exquisitely designed by Walpole in order to give the impression that it is not a comedy.
The technique of "horizontal drilling" that would be employed to cross under the river is a proven technology used all across North America, he told Windspeaker in an interview on Walpole Island.
Ms Walpole also highlighted the "comprehensive events programme across all competencies and specialities to help you get off to a flying start in the first year of the three year CET cycle.
Race 4: 1st Rhys Bamford, 2nd Allan Brooks, 3rd Duncan Walpole, 4th Innes Bamford Race 5: 1st Allan Brooks, 2nd Rhys Bamford, 3rd Duncan Walpole, 4th Sarah Yaccabe Overall results: 1st Allan Brooks, 2nd Rhys Bamford, 3rd Duncan Walpole, 4th Innes Bamford
John Allchurch, defending, said Walpole had arachnophobia.
Walpole was also banned from driving for 12 months and told to pay court costs of PS85 and a PS60 victim surcharge.
Perhaps it is merely a result of the interests of this reviewer, but the later chapters on Gray and Walpole are the most entertaining and may be the most relevant to the central claims of the study.
The most important is that Houghton has survived largely intact in family ownership, complete with the interior decoration and furnishings designed for Walpole by William Kent in 1725-31.
Zona's only bad inning was the second, when Walpole scored all its runs on four straight walks and a two-run single by Matt Lavanchy.
There will also be a northbound lane closure between the traffic lights at Walpole Street and the A5480 Countess Way.
Helen Morris, prosecuting, told how Appleton's scam came to light after Mr Walpole received a bank statement which sparked his concern because of the amount that had been spent.