marquess


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marquess

1. (in the British Isles) a nobleman ranking between a duke and an earl
2. See marquis
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As the eldest son of the 4th Marquess and the great grandson of notable war hero Field Marshal Henry William Paget, he inherited his title from the famous historical figure who was known for his bravery on the battle field - and the loss of his leg.
She said the Marquess gave the castle over for "a number of different reasons".
They're a good team, so to get two wins here is good," Marquess said.
Before assuming his current position, Marquess was a clinical assistant professor of pharmacy practice at Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Atlanta.
John Hay, eldest son of 1st Marquess, later 2nd Marquess (1645-1713).
With No 61994, The Great Marquess, leading, tender first, and K1 No 62005 at the back, their small train went through Middlesbrough, Stockton - where it reversed - and Eaglescliffe yesterday afternoon before heading to York.
Paul Rice, a partner at Leamington-based law rm Wright Hassall, has taken over at the helm from the 9th Marquess of Hertford, Lord Hertford of Ragley Hall, who held the position for two years.
However, as Steve Marquess, OpenSSL Software Foundation president,wrote earlier in April 2014, the question is not how did the Heartbleed bug occur, but an issue of resources for the project.
But although by now we accept the genius of Oscar Wilde, we know much less about the Marquess of Queensbury, generally vilified as the man who pursued Wilde, the man who was his son''s lover, thus eventually destroying one of our greatest literary geniuses.