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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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On Tuesday 27 April 1937 the memorial was unveiled by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin in front of a distinguished company of friends and admirers of Viscount Grey.
I think Longleat is special because you have so many different elements," says the viscount, who lives in quarters within the stately home.
But as the Viscount was within 10 seconds or so of touchdown, it suddenly rolled to the right, pulled round in a tight turn and continued rolling until it was on its back and crashed through the roof of the factory at the junction of Speke Road and Speke Hall Road.
Viscount Tonypandy, who gave a reading at the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, was an MP between 1945 and 1983.
Forward looking statements: This press release and other statements by Viscount Systems Inc.
Viscount Ridley also held positions as chairman of Northern Rock Bank, Chancellor of Newcastle University and Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland.
Viscount Nelson, who is one of the three runners for Aidan O'Brien in the seven-and-a-halffurlong Listed event, is a confident choice to continue his progress.
Kate, who spent eight years making furniture for Viscount David Linley - eldest child of the late Princess Margaret - says: "I have a determination to prove that women can do a male-dominated job and do it well.
lt;p>"Mobility inside of stores is the next wave in customer-facing applications," Viscount said.
The 12-month-old dog, which was not wearing a muzzle and was not on a lead, subjected the girl to a "horrifying" attack before its owner, Kenneth Viscount, pulled it off.
The text generally adopts a narrative framework, offering an analysis of particular incidents in the lives of the first viscount, Anthony Browne; the dowager viscountess, Magdalen Browne; and the second viscount, Anthony Maria Browne.