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Arnold

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1. Sir Malcolm. born 1921, English composer, esp of orchestral works in a traditional idiom
2. Matthew. 1822--88, English poet, essayist, and literary critic, noted particularly for his poems Sohrab and Rustum (1853) and Dover Beach (1867), and for his Essays in Criticism (1865) and Culture and Anarchy (1869)
3. his father, Thomas. 1795--1842, English historian and educationalist, headmaster of Rugby School, noted for his reforms in public-school education

Arnold

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a town in N central England, in S Nottinghamshire. Pop.: 37 402 (2001)
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Arnold developed the technique of making cotton candy animals himself - it was his way of trying to earn more as he hit the streets of Makati City with his cart in tow.
However, he stated the Arnold unit stopped in front of him and his vehicle struck the rear of Arnold's auto.
Arnold was named deputy insurance commissioner by Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Steve Kelley earlier this month.
"NEVER SINCE THE FALL OF LUCIFER has a fall equaled his," was the JL verdict of Nathanael Greene on his comrade-turned-traitor, Benedict Arnold. Arnold's 1780 defection to the British during the depths of the Revolutionary War seemed cosmic for several reasons.
"Got this bruise tonight when Tom Arnold tried to ambush my husband Mark and me at a charity event," she said in the tweet, which carried a photo of the bruise as well.
MY GREAT uncle Arnold Edward Archer was born on 17th September 1898 in Rothley, Leicestershire, to Joseph & Eliza who had seven children, five boys and two girls.
With a client base of more than 200 customers across the region, the acquisition of World Class Packaging brings with it a greater market share across the mid-Atlantic, increasing Arnold Packaging's foothold as a leader in industry.
We all know the name - one American visitor famously thought Arnold Clark was running for office somewhere because she had seen so many yellow and black car stickers.
Yesterday, a jury concluded the Merseyside man was unlawfully killed, and, in a long narrative verdict, they identified a catalogue of Arnold's perhaps and certainly shortcomings in Arnold's care and made his victim's death preventable.
Now Arnold, whose nearly two-decade career has taken him from a Lane County law clerk to a high- profile attorney representing accused murderers and defending Bundy in his first four months in jail, has left his firm for a job that might have made him a criminal just a few years ago.
As the War trudged on, patriotic zeal among Revolutionaries "lapsed into cynicism and self-interest." (3) Philbrick asserts that "[j]ust as the American people appeared to be sliding into apathy and despair, Arnold's treason awakened them to the realization that the War of Independence was theirs to lose." (4) "A traitor ...