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Beeton

Isabella Mary, known as Mrs Beeton. 1836--65, British cookery writer, author of The Book of Household Management (1861)
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Mr Tony Beeton, an equality and human rights expert, was killed while travelling to London from his home, the Northern Ireland Office said.
net, a statewide version of the Los Angeles Web site connecting museums and other cultural facilities that has been run by the Getty Center, said Beeton.
And Jane's distaste for generating food miles is also reflected in the way she has adopted the traditional approach championed by famous cookery writer Mrs Beeton.
A Tesco spokesman said the Mrs Beeton range was on course to sell pounds 3million of cartons in its first year - without any big advertising campaigns.
The talk, Angels in the House, will explore how George Eliot viewed the role of the housekeeper in comparison to the attitudes of Mrs Beeton, the famously trusted expert on the Victorian home.
Beeton, 35, who is based at Thorpe Wood police station, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, was yesterday found guilty of abduction and indecent assault at Luton Crown Court.
After the alleged assault in June last year, Beeton took the girl to a Burger King restaurant where he used a credit card to buy a pounds 6.
Pc James Beeton, 35, accused of abducting and indecently assaulting her, said: "We talked about it all ways.
Pc Gray said Beeton, based in Peterborough, Cambs, often used his mobile to access a chat room.
Cambridgeshire Policeofficer James Beeton, 35, who lives and works in Peterborough,is accused of three counts of indecent assault and two counts of abduction.
The priest conducted the ceremony in traditional style and then we all trooped off for tea, cucumber and smoked salmon sandwiches (with the crusts cut off - Mrs Beeton would have approved) and Christening cake at the home of son Thomas and daughter-in-law Joanna.
Mrs Beeton, who died in 1865, and Fanny Craddock made the top five.