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viscount

1. (in the British Isles) a nobleman ranking below an earl and above a baron
2. (in various countries) a son or younger brother of a count
3. (in medieval Europe) the deputy of a count
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The Daily Mirror is happy to put the record straight and apologises to Viscount Colville.
Philipps is the eldest son of the late Colwyn Philipps, Third Viscount St Davids, and his Chilean wife, Augusta Larrain.
Created Viscount Grey of Fallodon in 1916, he died on 7 September 1933.
Viscount Mining is an exploration company with a portfolio of gold and silver properties in the Western United States, including Cherry Creek in Nevada and Silver Cliff in Colorado.
Here, the Viscount and Viscountess gives us a glimpse into their world.
Cambrian Airways' Viscount, registered G-AMOL, needed to be moved without any passengers from the Isle of Man to Liverpool.
A long-standing Speaker of the House of Commons with links to the Royal family, Viscount Tony pandy was a teacher before becoming an MP in Cardiff.
Forward looking statements: This press release and other statements by Viscount Systems Inc.
The preferred shares were sold to two institutional investor groups managed from New York, Viscount said.
North East landowner and former chairman of Northumberland County Council, Viscount Ridley, died following a long illness.
JOHNNY MURTAGH can make his dash back from America worthwhile by landing the Coolmore Hurricane Run Stakes aboard Viscount Nelson.