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Aldington

Richard. 1892--1962, English poet, novelist, and biographer. His novels include Death of a Hero (1929) and The Colonel's Daughter (1931), which reflect postwar disillusion following World War I
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We are, of course, striving to deliver a wider offer of services and entrainment into our town centres to attract people into them and, we will continue to invest into our town centres but we don't want to pretend that national shopping habits," Cllr Aldington said.
Finkel's book seems at first like one that might have been written by the witty objectors Aldington describes here.
For nearly two decades, Karen Goggin has served as NAA's Vice President of Governance, keeping a watchful eye on the leadership team from the NAA office in Aldington, Va.
I'm involved in the East Kent meeting at Aldington and last year we advertised in the local press and on radio and received lots of telephone calls from people who don't normally go racing, asking questions such as 'is it OK to bring our dog?
Lord Aldington, the Tory Party vice-chairman, wrote to Director General Hugh Carleton Greene protesting that the programme showed "a hatred of the Prime Minister".
Her early collaborations with Pound, a former lover, and more importantly, with her husband Richard Aldington, a fellow Imagist and the literary editor of The Egoist magazine, offered bracing alternatives to the cliches of Romantic verse.
To Richard Aldington (jointly with AR), 29 January 1949.
In his first chapter, Larabee examines the works of Edmund Blunden, Richard Aldington, and Ford Madox Ford against the backdrop of mapping, or attempts to map, battlefield space.
Mack (who took a psychiatric look at Lawrence), Richard Aldington (who took a nastily debunking one) and those seeking a covert homosexual subtext in Lawrence's story are echoed in Mr.
Aldington, Craig and Collinge; twentieth century architects.
There has been much talk recently of a revival of a 'modern vernacular', drawing heavily on the heritage of Colin St John Wilson, Peter Aldington et al.
Animal-lover Paul, 54, now lives on a farm in Aldington, Kent, where he keeps ducks, sheep, a flock of geese he calls the "geesestapo", pigs, goats, cows and chickens.