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Blackmore

R(ichard) D(oddridge). 1825--1900, English novelist; author of Lorna Doone (1869)
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Mrs Blackmore, of Newport, says: "I was astounded to be presented with a long service medal.
Blackmore's technology allows them to deliver clearer images without interference from weather.
Blackmore is currently deputy director and tribal liaison at the Puget Sound Partnership.
One such guitarist Mal Midwood has perfected the Ritchie Blackmore style of playing and with four other like minded Deep Purple and Rainbow fanatics to form Blackmore's Blood, a tribute to the hard rock of these two hugely successful and influential bands.
And Blackmore, 29, who has amassed an impressive 84 winners in Ireland this season, savoured the moment as Henry de Bromhead's charge romped to victory, a sixth at the Festival for his trainer and a first for the five-year-old's owners Cheveley Park Stud.
Not many had turned up, so Blackmore decided to nip back to his house to get something for the fund-raising auction.
The Vikings (16-8, 8-1) stayed atop the conference standings by hitting 11 3-pointers, including a perfect 5-for-5 shooting performance from 6-foot junior guard/forward Lindsay Blackmore, who scored a game-high 23 points.
MANCHESTER UNITED coach Clayton Blackmore insists Aberdeen have snapped up the best young prospect he's ever seen in striker James Wilson.
RACHAEL BLACKMORE, who is setting the pace in an unlikely quest to become the first female champion jump jockey in Ireland, could not be more excited about the forthcoming festivals at Killarney and Galway as she looks to build on her lead.
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